CommonExtension

interface CommonExtension<BuildFeaturesT : BuildFeatures?, BuildTypeT : BuildType?, DefaultConfigT : DefaultConfig?, ProductFlavorT : ProductFlavor?>

Known direct subclasses
ApplicationExtension

Extension for the Android Gradle Plugin Application plugin.

DynamicFeatureExtension

Extension for the Android Dynamic Feature Gradle Plugin.

LibraryExtension

Extension for the Android Library Gradle Plugin.

TestExtension

Extension for the Android Test Gradle Plugin.


Common extension properties for the Android Application. Library and Dynamic Feature Plugins.

Only the Android Gradle Plugin should create instances of this interface.

Summary

Public functions

@Incubating Unit

This function is deprecated. Replaced by

@Incubating Unit

This function is deprecated. Replaced by installation

Unit

Specifies options related to the processing of Android Resources.

@Incubating Unit
buildFeatures(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType BuildFeaturesT.() -> Unit)?)

A list of build features that can be enabled or disabled on the Android Project.

@Incubating Unit
buildToolsVersion(buildToolsVersion: String?)

This function is deprecated. Replaced by buildToolsVersion property

Unit

Encapsulates all build type configurations for this project.

Unit

Specifies Java compiler options, such as the language level of the Java source code and generated bytecode.

Unit
compileSdkAddon(vendor: String?, name: String?, version: Int?)
@Incubating Unit
compileSdkVersion(apiLevel: Int?)

This function is deprecated. Replaced by compileSdk

@Incubating Unit

This function is deprecated. Replaced by compileSdkPreview

@Incubating Unit
Unit

Specifies options for the Data Binding Library.

Unit
NamedDomainObjectContainer<BuildTypeT?>?.debug(
    action: (@ExtensionFunctionType BuildTypeT.() -> Unit)?
)

Shortcut extension method to allow easy access to the predefined debugBuildType

Unit
defaultConfig(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType DefaultConfigT.() -> Unit)?)

Specifies defaults for variant properties that the Android plugin applies to all build variants.

Unit

Specifies options for external native build using CMake or ndk-build.

@Incubating Unit
flavorDimensions(vararg dimensions: String?)

This function is deprecated. Replaced by flavorDimensions property

@Incubating File
Unit

Specifies options for the Android Debug Bridge (ADB), such as APK installation options.

@Incubating Unit

This function is deprecated. Renamed to testCoverage

Unit
lint(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType Lint.() -> Unit)?)

Specifies options for the lint tool.

@Incubating Unit

This function is deprecated. Renamed to lint

@Incubating Unit

Specifies options and rules that determine which files the Android plugin packages into your APK.

Unit

Encapsulates all product flavors configurations for this project.

Unit
NamedDomainObjectContainer<BuildTypeT?>?.release(
    action: (@ExtensionFunctionType BuildTypeT.() -> Unit)?
)

Shortcut extension method to allow easy access to the predefined releaseBuildType

@Incubating Unit

Encapsulates signing configurations that you can apply to BuildType and ProductFlavor configurations.

@Incubating Unit

Encapsulates source set configurations for all variants.

@Incubating Unit

Specifies configurations for building multiple APKs or APK splits.

Unit

Configure the gathering of code-coverage from tests.

@Incubating Unit

Specifies options for how the Android plugin should run local and instrumented tests.

@Incubating Unit

Includes the specified library to the classpath.

@Incubating Unit
useLibrary(name: String?, required: Boolean?)

Includes the specified library to the classpath.

Unit

Specifies options for the View Binding Library.

Public properties

AaptOptions

This property is deprecated. Replaced by

AdbOptions

This property is deprecated. Replaced by installation

AndroidResources

Specifies options related to the processing of Android Resources.

BuildFeaturesT

A list of build features that can be enabled or disabled on the Android Project.

String

Specifies the version of the SDK Build Tools to use when building your project.

NamedDomainObjectContainer<BuildTypeT>

Encapsulates all build type configurations for this project.

CompileOptions

Specifies Java compiler options, such as the language level of the Java source code and generated bytecode.

Int?

Specifies the API level to compile your project against.

Int?

Specifies the SDK Extension level to compile your project against.

String?

Specify a preview API to compile your project against.

ComposeOptions
DataBinding

Specifies options for the Data Binding Library.

DefaultConfigT

Specifies defaults for variant properties that the Android plugin applies to all build variants.

MutableMap<StringAny>

Additional per module experimental properties.

ExternalNativeBuild

Specifies options for external native build using CMake or ndk-build.

MutableList<String>

Specifies the names of product flavor dimensions for this project.

Installation

Specifies options for the Android Debug Bridge (ADB), such as APK installation options.

JacocoOptions

This property is deprecated. Renamed to testCoverage

Lint

Specifies options for the lint tool.

LintOptions

This property is deprecated. Renamed to lint

String?

The namespace of the generated R and BuildConfig classes.

String?

Requires the specified path to NDK be used.

String?

Requires the specified NDK version to be used.

PackagingOptions

Specifies options and rules that determine which files the Android plugin packages into your APK.

NamedDomainObjectContainer<ProductFlavorT>

Encapsulates all product flavors configurations for this project.

String?

Specifies this project's resource prefix to Android Studio for editor features, such as Lint checks.

SdkComponents

This property is deprecated. This API will be removed in AGP 7.0, replaced with AndroidComponents::sdkComponents

NamedDomainObjectContainer<ApkSigningConfig>

Encapsulates signing configurations that you can apply to [ ] and [ ] configurations.

NamedDomainObjectContainer<AndroidSourceSet>

Encapsulates source set configurations for all variants.

Splits

Specifies configurations for building multiple APKs or APK splits.

TestCoverage

Configure the gathering of code-coverage from tests.

TestOptions

Specifies options for how the Android plugin should run local and instrumented tests.

ViewBinding

Specifies options for the View Binding Library.

Public functions

aaptOptions

@Incubating
fun aaptOptions(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType AaptOptions.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Specifies options for the Android Asset Packaging Tool (AAPT).

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see AaptOptions.

adbOptions

@Incubating
fun adbOptions(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType AdbOptions.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Specifies options for the Android Debug Bridge (ADB), such as APK installation options.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see AdbOptions.

androidResources

fun androidResources(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType AndroidResources.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Specifies options related to the processing of Android Resources.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see AndroidResources.

buildFeatures

@Incubating
fun buildFeatures(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType BuildFeaturesT.() -> Unit)?): Unit

A list of build features that can be enabled or disabled on the Android Project.

buildToolsVersion

@Incubating
fun buildToolsVersion(buildToolsVersion: String?): Unit

buildTypes

fun buildTypes(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType NamedDomainObjectContainer<BuildTypeT>.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Encapsulates all build type configurations for this project.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see BuildType

compileOptions

fun compileOptions(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType CompileOptions.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Specifies Java compiler options, such as the language level of the Java source code and generated bytecode.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see CompileOptions.

compileSdkAddon

fun compileSdkAddon(vendor: String?, name: String?, version: Int?): Unit

compileSdkVersion

@Incubating
fun compileSdkVersion(apiLevel: Int?): Unit

compileSdkVersion

@Incubating
fun compileSdkVersion(version: String?): Unit

composeOptions

@Incubating
fun composeOptions(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType ComposeOptions.() -> Unit)?): Unit

dataBinding

fun dataBinding(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType DataBinding.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Specifies options for the Data Binding Library.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see DataBinding

debug

fun NamedDomainObjectContainer<BuildTypeT?>?.debug(
    action: (@ExtensionFunctionType BuildTypeT.() -> Unit)?
): Unit

Shortcut extension method to allow easy access to the predefined debugBuildType

For example:

 android {
buildTypes {
debug {
// ...
}
}
}

defaultConfig

fun defaultConfig(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType DefaultConfigT.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Specifies defaults for variant properties that the Android plugin applies to all build variants.

You can override any defaultConfig property when configuring product flavors

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see DefaultConfig.

externalNativeBuild

fun externalNativeBuild(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType ExternalNativeBuild.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Specifies options for external native build using CMake or ndk-build.

When using Android Studio 2.2 or higher with Android plugin 2.2.0 or higher, you can compile C and C++ code into a native library that Gradle packages into your APK.

To learn more, read Add C and C++ Code to Your Project.

See also
ExternalNativeBuild

since 2.2.0

flavorDimensions

@Incubating
fun flavorDimensions(vararg dimensions: String?): Unit

getDefaultProguardFile

@Incubating
fun getDefaultProguardFile(name: String?): File

installation

fun installation(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType Installation.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Specifies options for the Android Debug Bridge (ADB), such as APK installation options.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see AdbOptions.

jacoco

@Incubating
fun jacoco(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType JacocoOptions.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Configure the gathering of code-coverage from tests.

This is replaced by testCoverage.

lint

fun lint(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType Lint.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Specifies options for the lint tool.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see Lint.

lintOptions

@Incubating
fun lintOptions(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType LintOptions.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Specifies options for the lint tool.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see LintOptions.

packagingOptions

@Incubating
fun packagingOptions(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType PackagingOptions.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Specifies options and rules that determine which files the Android plugin packages into your APK.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see PackagingOptions.

productFlavors

fun productFlavors(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType NamedDomainObjectContainer<ProductFlavorT>.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Encapsulates all product flavors configurations for this project.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see ProductFlavor

release

fun NamedDomainObjectContainer<BuildTypeT?>?.release(
    action: (@ExtensionFunctionType BuildTypeT.() -> Unit)?
): Unit

Shortcut extension method to allow easy access to the predefined releaseBuildType

For example:

 android {
buildTypes {
release {
// ...
}
}
}

signingConfigs

@Incubating
fun signingConfigs(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType NamedDomainObjectContainer<ApkSigningConfig>.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Encapsulates signing configurations that you can apply to BuildType and ProductFlavor configurations.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see ApkSigningConfig.

sourceSets

@Incubating
fun sourceSets(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType NamedDomainObjectContainer<AndroidSourceSet>.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Encapsulates source set configurations for all variants.

Note that the Android plugin uses its own implementation of source sets. For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see AndroidSourceSet.

splits

@Incubating
fun splits(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType Splits.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Specifies configurations for building multiple APKs or APK splits.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see Splits.

testCoverage

fun testCoverage(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType TestCoverage.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Configure the gathering of code-coverage from tests.

To override the JaCoCo version that is used for offline instrumentation and coverage report, add the following to build.gradle file:

android {
testCoverage {
jacocoVersion "<jacoco-version>"
}
}

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see TestCoverage.

testOptions

@Incubating
fun testOptions(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType TestOptions.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Specifies options for how the Android plugin should run local and instrumented tests.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see TestOptions.

useLibrary

@Incubating
fun useLibrary(name: String?): Unit

Includes the specified library to the classpath.

You typically use this property to support optional platform libraries that ship with the Android SDK. The following sample adds the Apache HTTP API library to the project classpath:

android {
// Adds a platform library that ships with the Android SDK.
useLibrary 'org.apache.http.legacy'
}

To include libraries that do not ship with the SDK, such as local library modules or binaries from remote repositories, add the libraries as dependencies in the dependencies block. Note that Android plugin 3.0.0 and later introduce new dependency configurations. To learn more about Gradle dependencies, read Dependency Management Basics.

Parameters
name: String?

the name of the library.

useLibrary

@Incubating
fun useLibrary(name: String?, required: Boolean?): Unit

Includes the specified library to the classpath.

You typically use this property to support optional platform libraries that ship with the Android SDK. The following sample adds the Apache HTTP API library to the project classpath:

android {
// Adds a platform library that ships with the Android SDK.
useLibrary 'org.apache.http.legacy'
}

To include libraries that do not ship with the SDK, such as local library modules or binaries from remote repositories, "https://developer.android.com/studio/build/dependencies.html in the dependencies block. Note that Android plugin 3.0.0 and later introduce new dependency configurations. To learn more about Gradle dependencies, read Dependency Management Basics

Parameters
name: String?

the name of the library.

required: Boolean?

if using the library requires a manifest entry, the entry will indicate that the library is not required.

viewBinding

fun viewBinding(action: (@ExtensionFunctionType ViewBinding.() -> Unit)?): Unit

Specifies options for the View Binding Library.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see ViewBinding

Public properties

aaptOptions

val aaptOptionsAaptOptions

Specifies options for the Android Asset Packaging Tool (AAPT).

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see AaptOptions.

adbOptions

val adbOptionsAdbOptions

Specifies options for the Android Debug Bridge (ADB), such as APK installation options.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see AdbOptions.

androidResources

val androidResourcesAndroidResources

Specifies options related to the processing of Android Resources.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see AndroidResources.

buildFeatures

val buildFeatures: BuildFeaturesT

A list of build features that can be enabled or disabled on the Android Project.

buildToolsVersion

val buildToolsVersionString

Specifies the version of the SDK Build Tools to use when building your project.

When using Android plugin 3.0.0 or later, configuring this property is optional. By default, the plugin uses the minimum version of the build tools required by the version of the plugin you're using. To specify a different version of the build tools for the plugin to use, specify the version as follows:

android {
// Specifying this property is optional.
buildToolsVersion "26.0.0"
}

For a list of build tools releases, read the release notes.

Note that the value assigned to this property is parsed and stored in a normalized form, so reading it back may give a slightly different result.

buildTypes

val buildTypesNamedDomainObjectContainer<BuildTypeT>

Encapsulates all build type configurations for this project.

Unlike using ProductFlavor to create different versions of your project that you expect to co-exist on a single device, build types determine how Gradle builds and packages each version of your project. Developers typically use them to configure projects for various stages of a development lifecycle. For example, when creating a new project from Android Studio, the Android plugin configures a 'debug' and 'release' build type for you. By default, the 'debug' build type enables debugging options and signs your APK with a generic debug keystore. Conversely, The 'release' build type strips out debug symbols and requires you to create a release key and keystore for your app. You can then combine build types with product flavors to create build variants.

See also
BuildType

compileOptions

val compileOptionsCompileOptions

Specifies Java compiler options, such as the language level of the Java source code and generated bytecode.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see CompileOptions.

compileSdk

val compileSdkInt?

Specifies the API level to compile your project against. The Android plugin requires you to configure this property.

This means your code can use only the Android APIs included in that API level and lower. You can configure the compile sdk version by adding the following to the android block: compileSdk = 26.

You should generally use the most up-to-date API level available. If you are planning to also support older API levels, it's good practice to use the Lint tool to check if you are using APIs that are not available in earlier API levels.

The value you assign to this property is parsed and stored in a normalized form, so reading it back may return a slightly different value.

compileSdkExtension

val compileSdkExtensionInt?

Specifies the SDK Extension level to compile your project against. This value is optional.

When not provided the base extension for the given compileSdk API level will be selected.

compileSdkPreview

val compileSdkPreviewString?

Specify a preview API to compile your project against.

For example, to try out the Android S preview, rather than compileSdk = 30 you can use compileSdkPreview = "S"

Once the preview APIs are finalized, they will be allocated a stable integer value.

composeOptions

val composeOptionsComposeOptions

dataBinding

val dataBindingDataBinding

Specifies options for the Data Binding Library.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see DataBinding

defaultConfig

val defaultConfig: DefaultConfigT

Specifies defaults for variant properties that the Android plugin applies to all build variants.

You can override any defaultConfig property when configuring product flavors

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see DefaultConfig.

experimentalProperties

val experimentalPropertiesMutableMap<StringAny>

Additional per module experimental properties.

externalNativeBuild

val externalNativeBuildExternalNativeBuild

Specifies options for external native build using CMake or ndk-build.

When using Android Studio 2.2 or higher with Android plugin 2.2.0 or higher, you can compile C and C++ code into a native library that Gradle packages into your APK.

To learn more, read Add C and C++ Code to Your Project.

See also
ExternalNativeBuild

since 2.2.0

flavorDimensions

val flavorDimensionsMutableList<String>

Specifies the names of product flavor dimensions for this project.

When configuring product flavors with Android plugin 3.0.0 and higher, you must specify at least one flavor dimension, using the flavorDimensions property, and then assign each flavor to a dimension. Otherwise, you will get the following build error:

Error:All flavors must now belong to a named flavor dimension.
The flavor 'flavor_name' is not assigned to a flavor dimension.

By default, when you specify only one dimension, all flavors you configure automatically belong to that dimension. If you specify more than one dimension, you need to manually assign each flavor to a dimension, as shown in the sample below.

Flavor dimensions allow you to create groups of product flavors that you can combine with flavors from other flavor dimensions. For example, you can have one dimension that includes a 'free' and 'paid' version of your app, and another dimension for flavors that support different API levels, such as 'minApi21' and 'minApi24'. The Android plugin can then combine flavors from these dimensions—including their settings, code, and resources—to create variants such as 'debugFreeMinApi21' and 'releasePaidMinApi24', and so on. The sample below shows you how to specify flavor dimensions and add product flavors to them.

android {
...
// Specifies the flavor dimensions you want to use. The order in which you
// list each dimension determines its priority, from highest to lowest,
// when Gradle merges variant sources and configurations. You must assign
// each product flavor you configure to one of the flavor dimensions.
flavorDimensions 'api', 'version'

productFlavors {
demo {
// Assigns this product flavor to the 'version' flavor dimension.
dimension 'version'
...
}

full {
dimension 'version'
...
}

minApi24 {
// Assigns this flavor to the 'api' dimension.
dimension 'api'
minSdkVersion '24'
versionNameSuffix "-minApi24"
...
}

minApi21 {
dimension "api"
minSdkVersion '21'
versionNameSuffix "-minApi21"
...
}
}
}

To learn more, read Combine multiple flavors.

installation

val installationInstallation

Specifies options for the Android Debug Bridge (ADB), such as APK installation options.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see AdbOptions.

jacoco

val jacocoJacocoOptions

Configure the gathering of code-coverage from tests.

This is replaced by testCoverage.

lint

val lintLint

Specifies options for the lint tool.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see Lint.

lintOptions

val lintOptionsLintOptions

Specifies options for the lint tool.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see LintOptions.

namespace

val namespaceString?

The namespace of the generated R and BuildConfig classes. Also, the namespace used to resolve any relative class names that are declared in the AndroidManifest.xml.

This value supersedes any value specified by the package attribute in the source AndroidManifest.xml, but doing a 'get' on this property will not retrieve the value specified in the AndroidManifest.xml.

ndkPath

val ndkPathString?

Requires the specified path to NDK be used.

Use this to specify a path to the NDK folder to be used for C and C++ builds.

android {
// Path to custom NDK location
ndkPath '/path/to/ndk'
}

If this field is specified then android.ndkVersion may not be specified.

For additional information about NDK installation see Install and configure the NDK.

ndkVersion

val ndkVersionString?

Requires the specified NDK version to be used.

Use this to specify a fixed NDK version. Without this, each new version of the Android Gradle Plugin will choose a specific version of NDK to use, so upgrading the plugin also means upgrading the NDK. Locking to a specific version can increase repeatability of the build.

android {
// Use a fixed NDK version
ndkVersion '20.1.5948944'
}

If this field is specified then android.ndkPath may not be specified.

The required format of the version is major.minor.build. It's not legal to specify less precision. If ndk.dir is specified in local.properties file then the NDK that it points to must match the android.ndkVersion.

Prior to Android Gradle Plugin version 3.5, the highest installed version of NDK will be used. In Android Gradle Plugin 3.4, specifying android.ndkVersion was not an error, but the value would be ignored. Prior to Android Gradle Plugin version 3.4, it was illegal to specify android.ndkVersion.

For additional information about NDK installation see Install and configure the NDK.

packagingOptions

val packagingOptionsPackagingOptions

Specifies options and rules that determine which files the Android plugin packages into your APK.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see PackagingOptions.

productFlavors

val productFlavorsNamedDomainObjectContainer<ProductFlavorT>

Encapsulates all product flavors configurations for this project.

Product flavors represent different versions of your project that you expect to co-exist on a single device, the Google Play store, or repository. For example, you can configure 'demo' and 'full' product flavors for your app, and each of those flavors can specify different features, device requirements, resources, and application ID's--while sharing common source code and resources. So, product flavors allow you to output different versions of your project by simply changing only the components and settings that are different between them.

Configuring product flavors is similar to configuring build types: add them to the productFlavors block of your project's build.gradle file and configure the settings you want. Product flavors support the same properties as the defaultConfig block--this is because defaultConfig defines an object that the plugin uses as the base configuration for all other flavors. Each flavor you configure can then override any of the default values in defaultConfig, such as the applicationId.

When using Android plugin 3.0.0 and higher, each flavor must belong to a com.android.build.gradle.BaseExtension.html#com.android.build.gradle.BaseExtension:flavorDimensions(java.lang.String[]) value. By default, when you specify only one dimension, all flavors you configure belong to that dimension. If you specify more than one flavor dimension, you need to manually assign each flavor to a dimension. To learn more, read Use Flavor Dimensions for variant-aware dependency management.

When you configure product flavors, the Android plugin automatically combines them with your BuildType configurations to create build variants. If the plugin creates certain build variants that you don't want, you can filter variants.

See also
ProductFlavor

resourcePrefix

val resourcePrefixString?

Specifies this project's resource prefix to Android Studio for editor features, such as Lint checks. This property is useful only when using Android Studio.

Including unique prefixes for project resources helps avoid naming collisions with resources from other projects.

For example, when creating a library with String resources, you may want to name each resource with a unique prefix, such as "mylib_" to avoid naming collisions with similar resources that the consumer defines.

You can then specify this prefix, as shown below, so that Android Studio expects this prefix when you name project resources:

// This property is useful only when developing your project in Android Studio.
resourcePrefix 'mylib_'

sdkComponents

val sdkComponentsSdkComponents

signingConfigs

val signingConfigsNamedDomainObjectContainer<ApkSigningConfig>

Encapsulates signing configurations that you can apply to [ ] and [ ] configurations.

Android requires that all APKs be digitally signed with a certificate before they can be installed onto a device. When deploying a debug version of your project from Android Studio, the Android plugin automatically signs your APK with a generic debug certificate. However, to build an APK for release, you must sign the APK with a release key and keystore. You can do this by either using the Android Studio UI or manually configuring your build.gradle file.

See also
ApkSigningConfig

sourceSets

val sourceSetsNamedDomainObjectContainer<AndroidSourceSet>

Encapsulates source set configurations for all variants.

Note that the Android plugin uses its own implementation of source sets. For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see AndroidSourceSet.

splits

val splitsSplits

Specifies configurations for building multiple APKs or APK splits.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see Splits.

testCoverage

val testCoverageTestCoverage

Configure the gathering of code-coverage from tests.

To override the JaCoCo version that is used for offline instrumentation and coverage report, add the following to build.gradle file:

android {
testCoverage {
jacocoVersion "<jacoco-version>"
}
}

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see TestCoverage.

testOptions

val testOptionsTestOptions

Specifies options for how the Android plugin should run local and instrumented tests.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see TestOptions.

viewBinding

val viewBindingViewBinding

Specifies options for the View Binding Library.

For more information about the properties you can configure in this block, see ViewBinding