Archive for 2018

  • Happy Holidays!

    By on December 25, 2018

    As 2018 comes to a close, we at froglogic would like to wish our customers and their families a happy and safe holiday season, filled with togetherness and joy in this time of family, friends and celebration. As we approach a new year, froglogic looks forward to our exciting...

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  • Squish 6.5 Upcoming Feature: OCR Support

    By on December 18, 2018

    The Squish 6.3 release introduced Image-based recognition, allowing users to identify and automate application components that were not otherwise recognized by Squish’s object-recognition capabilities. While Image-based recognition is useful, one difficulty arises in creating platform-independent tests. Visual appearance of a component can vary across platforms for a number of...

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  • froglogic at ESE Kongress 2018

    By on December 12, 2018

    froglogic presentation at ESE Kongress 2018 in Sindelfingen.

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  • Using Image-based lookups without running an AUT

    By on December 11, 2018

    The following article is prepared for the Qt toolkit, however, a similar approach can be applied to other toolkits supported by Squish. Introducing Image-based lookups in Squish 6.3 allowed users to interact not only with complex graphical objects in the Application Under Test (AUT), but with other elements displayed...

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  • STeP-In PSTC 2018 Pune

    By on December 5, 2018

    The STeP-In conference 2018 took place in the technologic territory of Pune, India. The focus of the 4th International Conference on Software Testing was connecting Machine Learning, AI, IoT, Blockchain and Big Data. In accordance with Squish’s product roadmap, Machine Learning and AI ranks high in importance. We plan...

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  • Making Use of JavaScript Modules

    By on December 4, 2018

    Squish 6.4 has added support for the JavaScript import and export statements from ECMAScript 2015 (ECMA-262). Here we list some advantages to using JavaScript modules over Squish’s  source() utility: Namespaces With source(), the imported script is evaluated in the global namespace. This may result in unwanted name collisions and may...

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  • Track Test Execution Time with the New Release of Squish Coco 4.3

    By on December 4, 2018

    The froglogic team is pleased to announce the release of Squish Coco 4.3. This version introduces new functionality to the CoverageScanner, where users can now record and report the execution time of their program’s tests. This release also provides bug fixes for both the CoverageScanner and the Microsoft Visual...

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  • Squish 6.4.2 Maintenance Release

    By on November 27, 2018

    froglogic GmbH is pleased to announce a maintenance release of its flagship product Squish, the preferred tool for creating automated GUI functional regression and system tests for all desktop, mobile, web and embedded platforms.  Squish 6.4.2 is a maintenance release containing bug fixes and stability improvements for all editions...

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  • Find froglogic at This Year’s Embedded Software Engineering Kongress in Sindelfingen

    By on November 27, 2018

    froglogic, the vendor of the automated GUI Testing Tool Squish and Code Coverage Analysis Tool Coco, will exhibit at this year’s Embedded Software Engineering Kongress in Sindelfingen, Germany this December 3rd – 7th.  Learn how other leading Automotive, Medical, Transportation, Industrial, Consumer Devices, and Household Appliances companies leverage different...

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  • Squish Day Stockholm November 13th, 2018

    By on November 27, 2018

    Squish Day Stockholm 2018 took place on November 13th at the Scandic Victoria Tower Hotel on the 33rd floor. According to the elevators, floor 33 is the highest; but, a participant taking the staircase further up suggested there must be a secret 34th floor. The view over the Stockholm...

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