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HackerRank interviews empower you to assess the mobile development (Android Java and Kotlin or React Native) skills of a candidate during interviews. A built-in emulator is provided inside the IDE for the interviewers and candidates to build and see their code in real-time. This article will walk you through the steps to use Mobile Developer questions in a HackerRank Interview.
- You must have scheduled a HackerRank interview, either by Quick pad or Scheduled Interview.
Steps to Import from Library
As of now, you can conduct the Mobile Developer interviews using two methods:
- Starting a project from scratch: This starts a new Android or React Native interview with a boilerplate code.
- Importing a project: You can import a project from a public Git URL or upload a zip file from your local system of size up to 5MB.
Start from Scratch
- Inside the interviews landing page, you can find the Mobile Development frameworks. Click on the desired tile from the available options:
- Android Java
- Android Kotlin
- React Native
- Select Start from Scratch on the next page.
- This will launch the IDE with a basic code. You can further build on it based on your requirement.
- You can check your progress while writing the code on the preview window placed on the left side of the interview screen.
Import your Own Project
- To launch your own project you need to select the Import your Own Project option after selecting the framework.
- On the following page, you will be given two options.
- Import from a public Git URL
- Upload a Zip file as a source (Maximum file size allowed is up to 5MB)
- After proceeding with your desired choice give the project a name and click on Validate and Continue.
- After validating the project IDE will be launched where you can build your application further.
- Upon successful uploading, the project will be saved in interviews, and you can find it in the Recently Used tab.