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public abstract @interface MediumTest
implements Annotation

Annotation to assign a medium test size qualifier to a test. This annotation can be used at a method or class level.

Test size qualifiers are a great way to structure test code and are used to assign a test to a test suite of similar run time.

Execution time: <1000ms

Medium tests should be focused on a very limited subset of components or a single component. Resource access to the file system through well defined interfaces like databases, ContentProviders, or Context is permitted. Network access should be restricted, (long-running) blocking operations should be avoided and use mock objects instead.

Note: This class replaces the deprecated Android platform size qualifier android.test.suitebuilder.annotation.MediumTest and is the recommended way to annotate tests written with the Android Testing Support Library.


Inherited methods

From interface java.lang.annotation.Annotation
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