Archive for January, 2019

  • Sharing the Scripted Object Map

    By on January 29, 2019

    Often, we are asked whether the scripted object map file can be shared between multiple test suites by moving the names.py file to a global scripts folder (the extension of names varies depending on the scripting language in use). For technical reasons, the default location of the names.py file, which...

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  • Qt for Web Assembly Support in Squish

    By on January 23, 2019

    WebAssembly is a new binary executable format. It is mainly used to run web applications within a web browser, but it is also supported by other projects like Node.js or standalone interpreters written in C, Rust, Haskell and even JavaScript. WebAssembly is not tied to a particular programming language...

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  • Code Coverage for C# Programs With Visual Studio

    By on January 22, 2019

    Squish Coco is mostly used for programs written in C++, but it also supports code coverage for C# programs. The preparation of a C# program for code coverage is rather simple, thanks to a Visual Studio add-in that is part of Coco. This post is a short tutorial about...

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  • froglogic Added as New Entrant to Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Software Test Automation

    By on January 15, 2019

    “Cloud and digital business demand a shift toward continuous quality. Application leaders must support their teams in integrating and effectively utilizing test automation tools in their DevOps toolchain, to enable continuous delivery.” froglogic has been positioned in the 2018 Magic Quadrant (MQ) for Software Test Automation, a report published by leading consulting...

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  • Finding Table Cells by Header Text

    By on January 15, 2019

    Surely you have seen (screenshots of) huge Excel spreadsheets before. If not, just imagine a wall of numbers. Now imagine such a table in the application you need to test. Verifying a table cell by looking for the correct number? Not so easy. What would be better than looking...

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