Upgrading to a newer version of App Services upgrades the dependencies for multiple components, so it can be prudent to run a quick smoke test before it lands to ensure new functionality works and there are no regressions in the existing components.
Automated PR testing
A quick first step is to run the automated smoke test on the Android Components PR by commenting:
This will run the
test-ui-browser task, which will execute on-device tests of a sample browser built against the A-S version. If it’s totally broken, that should blow up.
- Check general storage components works by adding/editing/removing: bookmarks, history
- Sign-in/Sign-up for Sync
- QR code pairing for Sync
- Changing settings in “Choose what to sync” updates on desktop and vice versa
- Rename device and verify on desktop
- Sync Now button works
- Browse passwords, auto-fill, save new passwords, update them
- Receiving tab works
- This needs push messaging keys, but we can test this without keys by using the “Sync Now” button
- Sending tabs
- Synced Tabs shows results from another device and vice versa