• Squish tip of the week: How to slow script playback down

    16 Oct 2014 At times, having a script playback slower may be helpful. The sample script below snoozes for 0.5 seconds between each step in main(): Read the following knowledgebase article to learn additional approaches: Article – Slowing Down Test Script Execution more

  • Squish tip of the week: Enable Verbose Test Result Logging

    8 Oct 2014 Need more detailed information in your test results? Nightly or scheduled test runs results often provide valuable quick-read information. What about times when verbose logging, or a Test Audit Log, may prove valuable? The following example illustrates how to create a fully-customizable Test Audit Log using Squish. Each action is modified to include a log […] more

  • Measuring QML Coverage

    2 Oct 2014 Last year we started receiving the first requests for QML coverage. “Sure. We’ll look into it.”, we replied. It seemed like a logical extension of our cross-language coverage tool Squish Coco. At least on first sight. At this year’s Qt Contributors’ Summit the question came up independently in one of the sessions. I had nothing […] more

  • Yet another static code analyzer run

    2 Oct 2014 Looking for the answer to a 64-bit build question I ran into a news item titled “The Unicorn Getting Interested in KDE“. Since I never saw an unicorn before this made me curious. Turns out that a company selling a static code analysis tool has been analysing KDE code. This is not the first time […] more

  • Squish tip of the week: How to produce more accurate test results

    2 Oct 2014 To produce accurate and meaningful test results, each test should be able to run alone and as part of a test suite. What if my test requires my application be in a specific state to run? The key of your test is to determine if a particular requirement is met or result is produced. The […] more

  • Squish tip of the week: How to Write Test Data to a File in 3 Simple Steps

    24 Sep 2014 Test results have value beyond basic reports; Why not share the data? Write test-related information (or pretty much anything) to an external file: Use Squish’s File Object to read, write and work with files. Write any Pass or Failures using Squish’s Verification Functions (test.*), or any other values from your script to a file. Write […] more

  • Learn how to integrate Squish GUI Tester and Jenkins

    19 Sep 2014 Jenkins user? Checkout the latest addition to our video library, and learn how Squish GUI Tester integrates with Jenkins in under 4 minutes See more videos in our Video Library Tutorials • Recorded Webinars • Integrations • Audio-Free Videos more

  • Squish tip of the week: How to test Web Apps on Mobile Devices

    17 Sep 2014 Did you know that you can test web applications on mobile device or tablet browsers as well as desktop browsers? With the Squish for Web edition installed on a desktop machine: Configure Squish to use standalone proxy server listening on a port (let’s say 8001) by executing the following command from your Squish install directory: […] more

  • Testing Qt and QML applications @ Qt Developer Days

    16 Sep 2014 We are all excited that the prime Qt event of the year, the Qt Developer Days, is approaching and only 3 weeks away! We at froglogic would like to thank KDAB, ICS and Digia for organizing this again. It will be great to meet many known faces and new Qt enthusiasts. We will present the […] more

  • Squish tip of the week: How to know what code your testing actually exercises

    10 Sep 2014 Did you know Squish GUI Tester and Squish Coco can work together to reveal more about your testing? Integrate your testing with Squish Coco to answer these questions: How many of our tests are redundant? What areas of our application are the tests not reaching? If I only had a given amount of time to […] more

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