This is a collection of GitHub Actions for Android development
This is only tested with macOS-10.14 environment. It might work on linux but there is no support for kvm there so don't expect to have api 26+ available there.
This repo provides an action for installing the Android SDK on the build agent. It will override whatever setup is
already there. You might want to do this since default GitHub Actions environments are now missing
so they're immutable.
steps: - uses: actions/checkout@v1 - uses: malinskiy/action-android/install-sdk@release/0.0.2 - run: adb devices - run: echo $ANDROID_HOME
Building your code
There is an official action for Java setup. For execution using Gradle
I suggest to use
./gradlew to minimize the dependency on environment setup.
Testing against Android Emulator
action-android/emulator-run-cmd provide an action which installs the emulator packages, starts the emulator and waits
until it's booted. After this it will execute the provided cmd and stop the running emulator.
It's imperative(!) to use
runs-on: macOS-10.14 if you want to have hardware acceleration for your emulator.
steps: - uses: actions/checkout@v1 - uses: malinskiy/action-android/emulator-run-cmd@release/0.0.2 with: cmd: ./gradlew integrationTest api: 25 tag: default abi: x86
cmdis the shell command to execute while the emulator is booted.
apiis the API version of emulator
tagis either the default or google_apis. Use google_apis for emulator with google store
abiis the abi of the emulator. x86 is the fastest one.
Info about emulator-start and emulator-stop actions
Currently GitHub Actions do not support OS processes that outlive the specific step hence you can't really do a
workflow that starts the emulator and then execute your testing command in a separate step. This is the reason why
I've written the combined
emulator-run-cmd action. If you have multiple commands to run in parallel to emulator I suggest to write a script and execute it via the cmd arg.
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