• Squish tip of the week: How does Squish find objects?

    25 Mar 2015 A critical component to any automated gui testing solution is how objects are identified and interacted with Squish uses the Object Map to store select properties, and their values or othe object real name, which is then referenced by scripts using a symbolic name. Example: An OK button Real name Symbolic name Object Map Entry […] more

  • Object Map Tips & Tricks – New Video!

    19 Mar 2015 Checkout our latest tutorial: Object Map Tips & Tricks Watch more tutorials in our Video Library More Information Request your free 30 day Squish evaluation Learn more about Squish Other Squish Resources (videos, tech articles, user communities and more) more

  • Squish tip of the week: Handling implementation differences between platforms

    19 Mar 2015 A great question from our Webinar Q&A session this week: What is the best way to solve implementation differences between platforms (e.g. Windows Vs Unix)? When dealing with cross-platform applications, for example Java or Qt, the majority of your Squish tests are not impacted by the platform, as your application, and it’s controls/widgets are identical […] more

  • Come see froglogic at EclipseCon North America 2015

    6 Mar 2015 froglogic will be at the EclipseCon North America 2015 conference in San Francisco, California, Monday, March 9th through Wednesday, March 11th. Stop by our booth for a live demo of Squish GUI Tester! If you would like to schedule a meeting at the EclipseCon North America with a representative of froglogic, please contact us. For […] more

  • Squish tip of the week: The power of Symbolic Names

    25 Feb 2015 The use of Symbolic Names in scripts is key when creating a maintainable Automated Test Framework. Imagine the following scenario: You create a set of 10 tests, or 10,000 tests A common set of controls (buttons, text fields, etc.) are used through out many of the tests New release! One (or more) of those commonly […] more

  • Squish Coco 3.2 Release

    20 Feb 2015 New feature release: Squish Coco 3.2 more

  • Squish tip of the week: Pass arguments between Test Cases

    18 Feb 2015 Separate from calling functions, where parameters and return values exist, top-level Test Cases may also need status or other valuable information to execute properly. Using Squish you can: pass arguments to Test Cases using Environment Variables pass values between Test Cases using external files Checkout our detailed examples in the Knowledgebase article Example – Passing […] more

  • Squish tip of the week: Working with the Squish Example Test Suites

    12 Feb 2015 Did you know every Squish package comes complete with a collection of example Test Suites? Find Test Suites written in each of the Squish-supported scripting languages (JavaScript, Python, Perl, Tcl and Ruby) along with one or more sample applications to help you get started on your evaluation. See the three minute video below to learn […] more

  • Behavior Driven GUI Testing

    10 Feb 2015 The main feature we are working on for the upcoming Squish release is full-fledged BDD support built directly into Squish. This includes everything from fully understanding Gherkin, the scripting framework to run BDD tests with step implementations in any of our supported script languages, full IDE support (skeleton generation, code completion, integrated debugging, integrated reporting, […] more

  • Meet with froglogic at Embedded World 2015

    5 Feb 2015 Hi, froglogic will again be present at the Embedded World Conference in Nuremberg from February 24th – February 26th, 2015. You will find froglogic at Halle 4 / Booth 4-301 and in the partner section at The Qt Company’s booth (Halle 4 / Booth 4-308) showing live demos of testing embedded HMIs with the Squish […] more

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