Friday, 28 June 2013

Testing your C#-based Windows Store App: Top 10 areas to look for bugs

Francis Cheung, the lead-dev of Prism for the Windows Runtime, has given a talk at Build 2013 on the top 10 areas to look for bugs when writing a Windows Store app.

The top 10 problem areas are:

  • Suspend/resume
  • Terminate/restart
  • Client updates
  • Network connectivity
  • Asynchronous code
  • Resolutions and orientation
  • Device testing
  • Localizability
  • Accessibility
  • Review against user experience (UX) guidelines.

These were derived by harvesting the knowledge gained while working on the AdventureWorks Shopper app, and Prism for the Windows Runtime.

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