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strapp-au/strapp-ui 22.12.2
Build native mobile UI with clarity.
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🕓 48 weeks ago
.package(url: "https://github.com/strapp-au/strapp-ui.git", from: "22.12.2")



StrappUI is a Kotlin and Swift library, where you can write unit tests to take snapshots of your native Android and iOS components and view them in a convenient web interface.

Getting Started

The first step for both Android and iOS is to install the Strapp CLI tool. This allows you to run the commands to take snapshots and run the local server.

npm install -g strapp-cli

Now you can run commands like;

To run the local instance after building

strapp run 


Apply the strapp-ui gradle plugin

plugins {

Add Jitpack repository to your module

 repositories {
   // ...
   maven {
     url = uri("https://jitpack.io")

Now you can write a unit test for each UI component state you want to capture in your builds.

class ExampleTests {

    val component = StrappComponent(
        name = "Example",
        group = "My group",

    // Jetpack Compose
    fun composeView() {
        component.snapshot(label = "With Jetpack Compose") {
            CustomButton(text = "This is my default button")

    // Layout Resource View
    fun resourceView() {
        component.snapshot(label = "With XML Layout", layout = R.layout.example) { view ->
            view.findViewById<TextView>(R.id.my_text_view).text = "Set the text of something in the view"

Run the Strapp tests to record your snapshots

./gradlew strappConnectedDeviceRecord

To run in a Gradle Managed Device for consistency and speed (recommended), add a managed device named strappDevice to your projects build.gradle file

android {
    // ...
    testOptions {
        managedDevices {
            devices {
                maybeCreate<com.android.build.api.dsl.ManagedVirtualDevice>("strappDevice").apply {
                    device = "Pixel 5"
                    apiLevel = 30
                    // To include Google services, use "google".
                    systemImageSource = "aosp-atd"
    // ...

and then run the managed device record command

./gradlew strappManagedDeviceRecord

In terminal within your project root directory run; strapp run to run to local Strapp instance to see your component snapshots - accessible at http://localhost:3001


Add this git repository as a Swift package in your iOS project In XCode: File -> Add packages...

[email protected]:strapp-au/strapp-ui.git

and select the latest version 22.12.2

Now you can add a unit test for each UI component state which you would like to take snapshots of.

import StrappUI

class MyButtonTest: XCTestCase {
    let component = StrappComponent(
        name: "My Button",
        group: "My group",
    // SwiftUI
    func testMyButtonSwiftUI() throws {
        try component.snapshot(label: "With SwiftUI") {
          MyButton(text: "Testing")
    // UIViewController
    func testMyButtonViewController() throws {
        try component.snapshot(label: "With View Controller", view: MyViewController())

Run these tests within XCode and your snapshots will be generated and ready to go.

Please note that Strapp currently relies on git for future features and creating the build folder. Make sure that your project is under git version control for compatibility.

In terminal within your project root directory run;

strapp run to run a local Strapp instance to see your snapshots - accessible at http://localhost:3001


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Release Notes

48 weeks ago

What's Changed

Full Changelog: https://github.com/strapp-au/strapp-ui/compare/22.12.1...22.12.2

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