Developers Archives – Genymobile

Jul 5
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Open Source Projects We’ve Built And Contributed To

As we provide professional solutions around the Android ecosystem, we wouldn’t exist if open source wasn’t part of this world. From Genymotion’s kernel to Android AOSP itself, here are the open source projects in which we are involved. Wait… What is “open source” again? Learn this one by heart: “Open source software is software that


Jun 1
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Opinion – In retrospect, was I/O 2016 disappointing?

“How can you make such a statement?! Google has made thousands of announcements!” Yeah we know: Allo, Duo, Google Assistant, Google Home… BUT from a pure professional and BtoB Android perspective, Google I/O 2016 was pretty quiet this year and wasn’t really to everyone’s liking in the Android development community. Indeed, thousands of developers gathered from


May 17
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Google I/O 2016: 4 subjects we’d like to hear about

Here comes one of the biggest annual developer conferences around: Google I/O 2016. Along with major Android developers, engineers and executives, we wouldn’t miss it for anything! The 2016 edition starts tomorrow at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California and for the first time since 2013 it’s a full three-day event, packed with Android


Nov 4

The build.gradle ubiquity

How to manage your build configuration, from the developer platform to the CI Before starting this article, I want to thank Mark Vieira, Gradle core developer, and the publishing teams from Gradle and Genymobile for their review and assistance. TL;DR The syntax apply from: allows you to inject Gradle scripts from files. You can check


Sep 17
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Droidcon NYC

Skyscrapers, yellow cabs, bagels and pizzas… One month ago our team went to Droidcon New York. A great event, which hosted the best of Android actors! The conferences were recorded and are now available online. If you are interesting in app testing and continuous integration, we recommend that you take a look to Sylvain and


Aug 17

Genymotion 2.5 Android testing and continuous integration

Two weeks ago, Antonin, Eyal and Pascal gave a webinar to explain the new testing and continuous integration features of Genymotion. If you missed it or want to watch it again, here it is!   010


Jun 29
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Droidcon Berlin

The 7th edition of DroidCon Berlin took place in early June. Around 500 Android developers and high profile companies such as SoundCloud, DropBox, Facebook or Amazon attended the event. The talks approached architecture, wearable devices, APIs and more. We were glad to notice speakers using Genymotion during their talks to give their demos. Thanks to


Jun 18
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Genymotion & Jenkins integration

This document explains how to use Genymotion on a Jenkins continuous integration server, in order to run the instrumented tests of your Android application. Using the Gradle plugin for Genymotion in an Android project To use Genymotion on a continuous integration server, you must automate the launch via the Gradle plugin. This tool will create,


Jun 16
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Google I/O 2015

Last month, the annual Google conference, Google I/O, took place at the Moscone Center, in San Francisco. Three of us (Antonin, Eyal and Sylvain) were lucky enough to get an invite and assist to the most important days for Google technologies developers.   As Eyal Lezmy and Antonin Fouques are active organizers of a Google


Apr 8
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The Art of “Clean Code”

In software development, source code is the core element. It contains all features of the software, its logic but also all its bugs. Developers work with code on a daily basis: they are led to modify it but above all, understand it. 000