NativeScript Core

tns test android

Description

Runs the tests in your project on connected Android devices and Android emulators. Your project must already be configured for unit testing by running $ tns test init.

Commands

Usage Synopsis
Run tests on all connected devices $ tns test android [--watch] [--debug-brk] [--aab]
Run tests on a selected device $ tns test android --device <Device ID> [--watch] [--debug-brk] [--aab]

Options

  • --watch - If set, when you save changes to the project, changes are automatically synchronized to the connected device and tests are re-run.
  • --device - Specifies the serial number or the index of the connected device on which to run the tests. To list all connected devices, grouped by platform, run $ tns device. <Device ID> is the device index or identifier as listed by the $ tns device command.
  • --debug-brk - Runs the tests under the debugger. The debugger will break just before your tests are executed, so you have a chance to place breakpoints.
  • --env.* - Specifies additional flags that the bundler may process. Can be passed multiple times. Supported additional flags:
    • --env.uglify - provides basic obfuscation and smaller app size.
    • --env.report - creates a Webpack report inside a report folder in the root folder.
    • --env.sourceMap - creates inline source maps.
    • --env.hiddenSourceMap - creates sources maps in the root folder (useful for Crashlytics usage with bundled app in release).
  • --aab - Specifies that the command will produce and deploy an Android App Bundle.
  • --force - If set, skips the application compatibility checks and forces npm i to ensure all dependencies are installed. Otherwise, the command will check the application compatibility with the current CLI version and could fail requiring tns migrate.

Prerequisites

Command Description
test init Configures your project for unit testing with a selected framework.
test ios Runs the tests in your project on iOS devices or the iOS Simulator.