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  • Blog Post: Improving the Cat Parade (Part 3)

    I was recently running hopper on a device that supported screen rotation and I realized that my test coverage was completely missing the rotation scenario. The device would switch between portrait and landscape mode if the user took a specific action, but Hopper is automated and limited to standard key...
  • Blog Post: Improving the Cat Parade (Part 2)

    There have been a few blogs that talk about the benefit of focusing hopper runs on individual applications to work out the stability bugs one application at a time. But, there comes a time when testing one by one may not be the best use of resources. Hopper runs are resource intensive (up to 10 devices...
  • Blog Post: The Hopper Cookbook (Step-by-step instructions to improve application stability)

    The intent of this document is to introduce Hopper to the application developer who is targeting applications for the Windows Mobile platform. The purpose of running Hopper against your application is to find exceptions, hangs and deadlocks that may be lurking in your application that may go unnoticed...
  • Blog Post: Improving the Cat Parade (Part 1)

    The focusapp described in a previous blog entry The Cat Parade is a great way for ISVs to get additional test coverage on their applications with hopper. I recently had the opportunity to work with an ISV that was developing a suite of apps and we made use of focusapp, but I noticed it didn’t work quite...
  • Blog Post: Hopper for ISV’s – part I

    I have been reflecting on the things Javier and I learned from our Hopper talk at MEDC and I wanted to thank everyone that attended our talk. I also wanted to give special kudos to those who took the time to fill out the evaluations – this post is your voice in action. The one theme that rang louder...
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