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  • Blog Post: How many items are there in a WPF ListBox?

    I received a question through my blog. The question was about “a GroupBox which lists some errors. The count of these Errors(ListItems) vary. How can I count the no. of Rows in GroupBox?” Technically, a GroupBox contains only 1 item defined by its content but that’s not a useful answer! Often the...
  • Blog Post: Testing WPF applications with the White UI Test framework

    For the past few weeks, I have been test driving the White UI Test framework . It is an open source extension for the NUnit test framework. There are already blog tutorials on using the White UI Test framework with WinForms (see Ben Hall's blog ) so I focused on using it to test WPF applications. The...
  • Blog Post: Pack Installer V1.0

    Our team recently released V1.0 of our Power Toys Pack Installer tool which allows you to easily select a tool or set of tools for download and installation. The V1.0 release includes the functional spec and the test plan for the project. The new features include a revised UI, revised searching and filtering...
  • Blog Post: Extracting string literals into resource files

    The beta version of our Resource Refactoring Tool has been on CodePlex for a while now but we’re releasing the 1.0 version today. The Resource Refactoring Tool is used to convert string literals into references to entries in a string resource file. Using string resource files makes changing the text...
  • Blog Post: What’s different about testing open source projects?

    Anyone who has read my bio or knows me personally knows that open source is not a new thing for me. For about 25 years, I worked in the proprietary UNIX, FreeBSD, and Linux world. We were using open source software before it was called open source. If you’ve read Eric Raymond’s essay “A Brief History...
  • Blog Post: Power Toys and code coverage

    One of the Aftermarket Developer Solutions team goals is to create communities around shared source tools for VS developers. Of course, we are a small team and can't provide full featured tools and support them for long periods of time.That's where the community comes in. Feature enhancements and even...
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