Mike had asked about test recording tools. TestDroid (http://bit.ly/O2eF9f) is a commercial tool that will record your UI actions on your phone or emulator, and generate a test APK. They utilize Robotium and have their own library as well that extends some testing functionalities, so you actually don't need access to the sources of the app to write tests for it. Skyforge does have support for running tests built with TestDroid or Robotium. The main drawback is that TestDroid is not free.
Another test recording tool is MonkeyTalk (http://bit.ly/O2ez1d) which is a free, open-sourced test recording tool. Their main pro/con is that their tool uses their own scripting language, so it's not based on not on the Android test framework. However, their scripting language is easier to read and understand than potentially writing tests in the Android test framework using Java. Skyforge currently doesn't have support for it, although we plan to do so in the near future.
0 · August 21
For the lightning talk, our demo was done from our website https://skyforge.io
In regards to some of the questions asked, one was related to testing mobile websites. Android WebDriver, which is essentially Selenium for Android, is a test framework for testing your mobile site on an Android emulator or device (http://bit.ly/O2bXk5). Skyforge can run tests written in this.
0 · August 21