Improving the Cat Parade (Part 3)

I was recently running hopper on a device that supported screen rotation and I realized that my test coverage was completely missing the rotation scenario.  The device would switch between portrait and landscape mode if the user took a specific action, but Hopper is automated and limited to standard key presses, so it would never…

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Improving the Cat Parade (Part 2)

There have been a few blogs that talk about the benefit of focusing hopper runs on individual applications to work out the stability bugs one application at a time.  But, there comes a time when testing one by one may not be the best use of resources.  Hopper runs are resource intensive (up to 10…

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Oh… please make it stop!

I was recently challenged by trying to collect retail device data and needed a way to stop Hopper. I was running on a standalone device and an unexpected error dialog popped up and Hopper dismissed the dialog before I could take a look. The documentation says I can us the /k option to stop Hopper,…

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