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In Android, unit testing is based on JUnit and plain use of JUnit is enough to test features that are exclusively based on Java code. In order to test Android specific functionality, however, you need a bunch of wrapper classes just built on top of JUnit. IntelliJ IDEA streamlines most of the tasks around the build of an Android test project: all you do is interacting with the IDE through convenient dialog boxes and wizards.

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