Testing Testing Testing

With dozens of Android devices of varying screen sizes and pixel densities now available, it's impractical (and in some cases impossible) to physically test your application on every device.

Android Virtual Devices are ideal platforms for testing your application with a number of different screen configurations. Virtual devices also have the advantage of letting you configure alternative platform releases (1.6, 2.0, 2.1, etc.) and hardware configurations (such as keyboards or trackballs).

You learned how to create and use Android Virtual Devices in Chapter 2, so this section will focus on how best to create virtual devices that are representative of different screens.

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Quick start guide to skyrocket your offline and online business success with mobile apps. If you know anything about mobile devices, you’ve probably heard that famous phrase coined by one of the mobile device’s most prolific creators proclaiming that there’s an app for pretty much everything.

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