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Automating Firebase Test Lab with Bitrise in Android Development
It's very important to test the UI of your app but it's very stressful when testing it manually. Firebase Test Lab has made it easy to test your app's UI online - it will get the results, screenshots, and performance of your app's UI but it is not an automated process. With Bitrise, you can automate the whole process so that by just pushing your app to Github, Bitbucket, or Gitlab, Bitrise will automatically test the UI of your project with Firebase Test Lab Step.

About the Speaker:
Wisdom Nwokocha is a a software engineer with a computer science degree and has considerable experience in mobile development, native Android and iOS development, Flutter development, and technical writing.

He has worked remotely for over 2 years as an Android developer with a USA based startup, Fast, and is currently working remotely for a Belgium based Startup, Savics. He is a participant of the current Google Season of Doc 2020 and also the lead of Ardejob, an Android developers community.

He has built multiple open-source libraries, shared technical articles, spoken at events, meetups, and conferences, facilitated programs for the Andela learning community, and has been a mentor in the program. He finds joy in helping the developer community.

Dec 18, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Wisdom Nwokocha
Wisdom Nwokocha is a a software engineer with a computer science degree and has considerable experience in mobile development, native Android and iOS development, Flutter development, and technical writing. He has worked remotely for over 2 years as an Android developer with a USA based startup, Fast, and is currently working remotely for a Belgium based Startup, Savics. He is a participant of the current Google Season of Doc 2020 and also the lead of Ardejob, an Android developers community. He has built multiple open-source libraries, shared technical articles, spoken at events, meetups, and conferences, facilitated programs for the Andela learning community, and has been a mentor in the program. He finds joy in helping the developer community.