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Testing & ALM
Gauge components for Windows Phone beta
The first beta release for our Windows Phone controls is here and along with the jump-list, super-fast list box, data engine and the mandatory controls polish we also managed to squeeze in some completely new gauge components. The gauges for windows phone more closely resemble a miniature library of classes rather than single reusable components because there are so many properties to tweak. It makes no sense to try and encapsulate all of this flexibility in a single object with some properties. During the design-phase of the gauges a few questions popped up the most important of which is, of course, what exactly...
February 04, 2011
Integrating your Windows Phone unit tests with MSBuild #3: The dedicated Test Runner Task
First of all, let me wish you a very happy and productive 2011! May the good Silverlight forces be with you and let’s hope that this year will be full of technology excitements and challenges! For the ones who haven’t followed me until now – this is the third installment of a blog post series focusing on an automation infrastructure for the execution of unit tests for Windows Phone 7 with MSBuild. This blog focuses on the MSBuild task, part of the unit test automation infrastructure, that installs the unit test application on the Windows Phone 7 emulator and runs the...
January 13, 2011
Integrating your Windows Phone unit tests with MSBuild #2: Technical Overview
Last week I started a blog post series that introduces our approach of automating the Windows Phone unit test execution on our build machines simply sharing the idea behind the automation infrastructure. I have also prepared a diagram that follows the automation process and have structured what I plan to share with you in the following weeks. Now, with the second post of the series I am going to make a more detailed technical overview of our infrastructure and give some reasons for choosing the discussed approach. The Dedicated Build Task and communication with the Windows Phone 7 emulator As already mentioned,...
December 16, 2010
Going mobile – the UX perspective. Part 1 – be Metro
We are proud that our controls are not only excellent development tools but they also excel in appearance, styling, great usability and overall user experience. This is a result of the united efforts of the whole team of our developers and us - the UX and UI designers here in Telerik. Our brand new RadControls for Windows Phone 7 and the all new Metro design guidelines bring so many new UX challenges that we thought it would be a good idea to share them with you and to hear your thoughts, which are of great value for us. This is the first...
December 16, 2010
UI vs. Compositor – Demystifying the main Windows Phone 7 OS threads
Having spent a couple of months focused on Windows Phone 7 development, I must admit that Microsoft have managed to bring something completely unique and intriguing to the mobile world. Not only the fact that the UX has nothing to do with what’s currently on the shelves, but also the whole platform with its potential and developer accessibility make WP7 very thrilling. I really think that ‘Silverlight’ and ‘mobile’ are two words that should have been stick together anytime soon and with WP7 Microsoft made what should bring them back on the scene – they simply brought Silverlight into mobile. In...
December 13, 2010
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