Archive for October, 2019

  • GUI Testing Through Optical Character Recognition in the Cloud

    By on October 29, 2019

    Robust and reliable GUI tests are essential for the continuous deployment of today’s software projects. The Squish GUI Tester supports you in achieving this goal through dedicated Squish editions, which are aware of various GUI toolkits and technologies. Image-based Testing is included as a complementary feature for dynamically rendered visualizations....

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  • Coco v4.3.3 Released, Now With .NET Core Support on Linux

    By on October 29, 2019

    froglogic is pleased to announce a maintenance release of its code coverage tool Squish Coco, a cross-platform, cross-compiler toolchain which enables users to obtain coverage data of their C/C++/C# application’s unit tests, GUI tests, system and acceptance tests to enhance source code quality, testing efficiency and overall product quality....

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  • Screenshots in Squish Reports: Simplifying Result Analysis

    By on October 23, 2019

    The Squish GUI Tester excels at verifying an application’s user interface. But comprehensive verifications can come at a cost: the resulting test reports become huge and daunting to analyze. Take advantage of additional screenshots in Squish reports to get a better understanding of what happened.

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  • Meet froglogic at Qt World Summit 2019 in Berlin

    By on October 22, 2019

    froglogic, the market leader in Qt application GUI testing, is excited to present a technical talk and deliver a training at this year’s Qt World Summit 2019 in Berlin, Germany, this November 4 – 6.        froglogic’s flagship product – the Squish GUI Tester – enables engineers...

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  • Finding Table Cells by Header Text in Java Applications

    By on October 15, 2019

    In another article, we demonstrated how to find table cells by header text in Qt applications. Here, we will show how to do the same thing in a Java AUT (Application Under Test). Motivation Finding table cells by header text leads to more readable tests. Furthermore, this is useful if...

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  • Disable Logging of All But Some Messages

    By on October 8, 2019

    Motivation Logging is a useful tool for testing. It can be used for different purposes throughout a test: outputting properties of a GUI object, tracking the current executed step, debugging which particular code path is being followed, and why, and much more. However, tests tend to grow either in...

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  • Webinar Q&A: How to Get Faster, More Reliable Automated Testing Results Using Continuous Integration

    By on October 2, 2019

    With our friends from QASource, we recently hosted a webinar, “How to Get Faster, More Reliable Automated Testing Results Using Continuous Integration,” where we showed you how to integrate your Squish tests with the Jenkins Continuous Integration server for automatic execution of your GUI tests in a CI pipeline....

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  • Running GUI Tests on Each Commit in GitLab CI/CD

    By on October 2, 2019

    In a recent article, we wrote about running Squish tests on merge requests in GitLab. In this article, we present a solution to run Squish tests on each commit. Overview We invoke the squishrunner command to execute tests and generate JUnit and web reports. Additionally, squishrunner is called with...

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  • Grab the Last Seats at Squish Days 2019!

    By on October 1, 2019

    Squish Days Europe 2019 is just a few weeks away. Read our workshop descriptions and talk abstracts. Review conference fees, cancellation policy and other general info. Register you or your team. Guest Speakers Our guest speakers are leading test experts in their respective industries, and bring to Squish Days...

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