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Overview

Cortado provides a layer of abstraction above Espresso, so it's a bit easier to use.

Remember: It is Google Espresso underneath. You can still mess up your tests the same way you would when using pure Espresso. Cortado just gives you a bit nicer way to communicate with Espresso.

Espresso vs. Cortado

  1. Get a Matcher for clickable views with R.id.text and with text NOT "Example"
Framework Code example
Espresso Matchers.allOf(withId(R.id.text), isClickable(), Matchers.not(withText("Example")));
Cortado Cortado.view().withId(R.id.text).and().isClickable().and().not().withText("Example");
  1. Get a Matcher for views that have text example or have parent FrameLayout
Framework Code example
Espresso Matchers.anyOf(withText("example"), withParent(isAssignableFrom(FrameLayout.class)));
Cortado Cortado.view().withText("example").or().withParent(isAssignableFrom(FrameLayout.class));
  1. Click on a View with R.id.button
Framework Code example
Espresso Espresso.onView(withId(R.id.button)).perform(ViewActions.click());
Cortado Cortado.onView().withId(R.id.button).perform().click();
  1. Check if a View with text example is visible
Framework Code example
Espresso Espresso.onView(withText("example")).check(ViewAssertions.matches(isDisplayed()));
Cortado Cortado.onView().withText("example").check().matches(isDisplayed());
  1. Replace a text on enabled view with R.id.edit
Framework Code example
Espresso Espresso.onView(Matchers.allOf(withId(R.id.edit),isEnabled())).perform(ViewActions.replaceText("changed"));
Cortado Cortado.onView().withId(R.id.edit).and().isEnabled().perform().replaceText("changed");

Features

  1. Creating an instance of org.hamcrest.Matcher<View>

    org.hamcrest.Matcher<View> matcher = Cortado.view().withId(R.id.example);
  2. Creating an instance of android.support.test.espresso.ViewInteraction

    ViewInteraction viewInteraction = Cortado.onView().withId(R.id.example).perform(click());
  3. Fluently creating Matchers.allOf(...)

    Cortado.view().withId(R.id.example).and().withText("example").and().isClickable();
  4. Fluently creating Matchers.anyOf(...)

    Cortado.view().withId(R.id.example).or().withText("example").or().isClickable();
  5. Fluently negating conditions

    Cortado.view().not().withId(R.id.example).and().withText("example").and().not().isClickable();
  6. Fluently performing single action (on ViewInteraction)

    Cortado.onView().withId(R.id.example).perform().click();
  7. Fluently checking matches (on ViewInteraction)

    Cortado.onView().withId(R.id.example).check().matches(Cortado.view().withText("example"));

Compatibility

I wanted the api of Cortado to be compatible with Espresso as much as possible. That's why you can do stuff like that:

Espresso.onView(Cortado.view().withId(R.id.example).and().withText("Example")).perform(click());

Including In Your Project

dependencies {
    androidTestImplementation 'com.bartoszlipinski:cortado:1.2.0'
}

Developed by

  • Bartosz Lipiński

License

Copyright 2017 Bartosz Lipiński

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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