Sample Android project using Gradle, with basic quality tools set up.
It can serve as a clean base for any Gradle Android project, and illustrates my articles about Gradle on my website.
The sample app computes Pi using various algorithms, and talks to a REST API.
The following libraries are used in the project:
The base configuration to run quality test can be found in the
The followings tools are used:
To run these quality tools and get reports, you need to execute the following Gradle command:
By default, reports will be generated in
See quality.gradle for configuration options of each tool. You can for example set:
- The output format (xml or html)
- Abort the task when a failure is found
Refer to the Gradle documentation to configure those plugins.
The project itself show various uses of the flavor system. Flavors are defined in build.gradle. The following four flavors are defined:
PI is computed using a approximation.
PI is computed using a mocked algorithm. REST communication is mocked through Dagger.
PI is computed using an exact algorithm.
PI is computed using a mocked algorithm. REST communication is mocked through MockWebServer.
You can define several properties to your flavors. One very useful is
applicationId which let you
change the application ID of your application. This can be used to generate different flavors of
your application and install both of them on the same device (free and paid versions, dev, validation and release versions...).
You can also put specific sources and resources with flavors. As it is in this project, just create a directory under the src folder, name it with the name of your flavor, and put inside java codes and resources.
Work in progress...
To go further
This project is based on these two other projects, which are awesome. Consider take a look at them:
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