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Recording of Webinar 'Unit Testing for Windows Phone' by Peter Kuhn

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0 comments   /  Video with Peter Kuhn  /  63 minutes  /  Dec 15, 2011
Tags:   unit-testing , windows-phone , webinar , peter-kuhn
Categories:   Windows Phone
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Watch a recording of the webinar 'Unit Testing for Windows Phone' delivered by MCC Peter Kuhn on December 14th, 2011.

Download the webinar slides (.ppt / .pptx) | Download the demos

Note (regarding the demos): 

"The BDD sample project uses a custom version of the WindowsPhoneTestFramework.Test.EmuSteps.dll in the Windows Phone Test Framework that understands 'When' steps. The version of the framework that is currently on NuGet does not understand this semantics yet, so if you plan on using that official version, you need to exchange all 'When' steps with 'Then' steps."

Webinar summary: To many, unit testing is a mystery for normal desktop applications already. The concept is not hard to understand and seems great, but writing unit tests for the correct code, and ones that test correctly, requires a lot of experience. Now, unit testing on the phone? Is that really necessary?

In this webinar we're going to talk about possible scenarios of unit testing for Windows Phone. We will also see how to set up your development environment for this, because even when you are willing to and interested in writing unit tests for your mobile application, this is not exactly straight forward, and comes with strings attached and certain limitations.

3 of the attendees who left valuable feedback in our post-webinar survey won a free copy of Peter Kuhn's ebook 'Getting Ready for the Windows Phone 7 Exam 70-599'. See the winners!

See all upcoming and past SilverlightShow Webinars >>

Guest profile

Peter Kuhn

Peter Kuhn

Peter Kuhn, aka "Mister Goodcat" is an MCPD for .NET, Silverlight and Windows Phone 7, and has earned the Microsoft Community Contributor award in 2011. He has more than ten years of experience in the industry and works as a software architect and consultant for .NET and Silverlight for Applied Information Technologies (http://www.aitgmbh.de). You can find his blog and more info on http://www.pitorque.de/MisterGoodcat

Peter is the author of many SilverlightShow articles, among which the appreciated 14-part article series 'XNA for Silverlight Developers' (also available as an ebook) and 'Getting Ready for the Windows Phone Exam 70-599' (available as an ebook too). He also delivered the following SilverlightShow webinars:


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