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  1. abstract_method_smoke_test/
  2. android_custom_host_app/
  3. android_embedding_v2_smoke_test/
  4. android_host_app/
  5. android_host_app_v2_embedding/
  6. android_module_host_with_custom_build_v2_embedding/
  7. android_semantics_testing/
  8. android_views/
  9. channels/
  10. external_ui/
  11. flavors/
  12. flutter_gallery/
  13. gradle_deprecated_settings/
  14. hybrid_android_views/
  15. ios_add2app_life_cycle/
  16. ios_app_with_extensions/
  17. ios_host_app/
  18. ios_host_app_swift/
  19. ios_platform_view_tests/
  20. module_host_with_custom_build/
  21. module_host_with_custom_build_v2_embedding/
  22. non_nullable/
  23. platform_interaction/
  24. release_smoke_test/
  25. ui/
  26. web/
  27. web_compile_tests/
  28. web_e2e_tests/

Automated Flutter integration test suites

Each suite consists of either a complete Flutter app and a flutter_driver specification that drives tests from the UI, or a native app that is meant to integrate with Flutter for testing.

Intended for use with devicelab tests.

If you want to run a driver test locally, to debug a problem with a test, you can use this command from the appropriate subdirectory:

flutter drive -t <test> --driver <driver>

For example:

flutter drive -t lib/keyboard_resize.dart --driver test_driver/keyboard_resize_test.dart