• Squish tip of the week: Determine patch regression risk

    24 Sep 2015 What if you could determine the impact of a patch on your application? Do you know which tests, if any, validate the impacted code? How about what code or functions were introduced and and require new tests? Squish Coco’s Patch Analysis report can tell you that and more Scenario: You’ve applied a patch to your […] more

  • Squish tip of the week: Reuse script functions in BDD tests

    16 Sep 2015 With the introduction of BDD support, all the existing scripts aren’t lost – quite the contrary – existing scripts and functions still work as always, and now those functions can also be called by BDD tests. Consider the following Test Suite Resource functions: A traditional Script Test Case would appear as follows, using the functions […] more

  • Squish Coco 3.3 Released – now with Patch Analysis

    9 Sep 2015 We are excited to announce the release of Squish Coco 3.3! The new features of this release include Patch Analysis, speed improvements, updated reporting and more. You can read the full announcement at We will also host a live webinar showcasing Squish Coco 3.3 on Tuesday, September 22nd. Register here. We hope you take […] more

  • Squish Coco 3.3 Release - now with Patch Analysis!

    9 Sep 2015 New feature release: Squish Coco 3.3 more

  • Squish tip of the week: Use grouping and filtering your Squish HTML reports

    4 Sep 2015 The new HTML reports in Squish 6.0 make pinpointing failures and drilling down into details much easier. View a collection of reports from one or more test suites or executions Tree-style navigation Filter by Pass / Fail Hide or display logs Tool tip details on mouse over Drill down to a single report Pass percentage […] more

  • Squish 6.0 with fully integrated BDD support released!

    2 Sep 2015 About two years after the release of Squish 5.0, we are proud and excited to make Squish 6.0 available to you. The main new features of this release are fully integrated support for Behavior Driven Development and Testing (BDD) as well as major improvements to Squish’s reporting capabilities. You can read the full announcement at […] more

  • Squish 6.0 Release - now with BDD!

    1 Sep 2015 New feature release: Squish GUI Tester 6.0 more

  • Squish tip of the week: Isolating Setup from Test Objectives

    26 Aug 2015 Isolating the setup, or test pre-conditions, from the objective of the test results in clearer and more accurate testing results. Remember, a good test case should run without the need to first run a separate test case. Really? How is that possible if the results of one test are needed for the next test? Consider […] more

  • Squish tip of the week: How to handle tests requiring user input

    19 Aug 2015 While the goal is automating a test from end to end, there are those (hopefully) occasional circumstances where human interaction isn’t avoidable. How about tests where a password is required?What if I have to manually configure something as part of a test? Use Squish’s testInteraction Functions to allow user-input points during playback. Examples using testInteraction […] more

  • Squish tip of the week: What to automate next? How to best expand your automated test suite

    13 Aug 2015 Once you’ve established an initial test framework – perhaps you even followed the Squish Tip of the Week: Where to start? – how do you determine where to continue expanding the automated test suite? New features! Features not even in Development (yet). As a team, write the new feature in Gherkin. That becomes your initial […] more

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