instrumentation opens up a lot of exciting possibilities! Project Nitrogen, which we also announced at Google I/O, will allow you to seamlessly move tests between runtime environments. This means that you will be able to take tests written against the new AndroidX Test APIs and run them on a local JVM, real or virtual device, or even a cloud based testing platform such as Firebase Test Lab. — Write Once, Run Everywhere Tests on Android – Android Developers – Medium
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introduces a new plugin system, replacing the previous ad-hoc customization mechanisms (subclassing RobolectricTestRunner, providing system properties, etc.). The old mechanisms are deprecated and will eventually be removed; let us know if there are missing extension points you need. See org.robolectric.pluginapi for more details [issue #4362].