Using Windows Device Portal to debug streaming install

With the Fall Creators Update, you can now debug streaming install of UWP apps through the Windows Device Portal (WDP) and Xbox Device Portal (XDP). To find out more about WDP, you can read the blog post here, and to find out more about UWP streaming install, you can read the blog series here. Previously…

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Installing from network shares and installing related sets using Windows Device Portal

Windows Device Portal (WDP) is available on all Windows 10 devices and makes it a great tool for developers to use to perform their testing and validation. It caters to all audiences of the developer community with its browser UX and REST endpoints. For more information regarding WDP, its features and other benefits, we have…

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Test Universal Windows Platform Apps using Windows Device Portal – Part II

In my previous blog, I talked about how to test your Windows Apps on various windows device types using Device Portal on your web browser. If you have not read it yet, check it out here. Now let’s discuss how you can programmatically use the Device Portals’ REST APIs to test your apps. It is very common…

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Test Universal Windows Platform Apps using Windows Device Portal

Universal Windows Platform Apps enable you as a developer to build an app that works on many different devices.  Since you might be developing you app for a device type other than Windows Desktop, you need to be able to easily deploy and test your UWP app across these other device types.  That’s where Windows Device Portal helps out!…

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