Author archive for Reginald Stadlbauer

  • Automated Qt GUI testing on Maemo

    By on March 3, 2009

    Hi! Since acquiring Trolltech, Nokia is really pushing Qt to all kinds of platforms and devices. This perfectly makes sense considering the gains of having to create the GUIs only once for all different platforms and devices (desktop and embedded) by using the Qt framework. Historically, and also when...

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  • Squish 4.0 Interview: Talking with froglogic’s founders

    By on October 24, 2008

    While the development of Squish 4.0, the upcoming version of the leading cross-platform GUI testing tool, is on-going, Qtrac Ltd.’s Mark Summerfield talked with some of the people behind the product. In this first interview, Mark asked froglogic’s founders, Harri Porten and Reginald Stadlbauer, to give an overview of...

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  • Squish's Extensibility and Integratability

    By on September 23, 2008

    Today I’d like to write about some of Squish’s features which are not so well known but which makes Squish a really powerful GUI testing solution. Extensibility: When we started to create Squish, our main focus was to support all standard components of the supported GUI technologies (Qt, Swing,...

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  • Funkwerk IT talks about their Squish usage

    By on August 5, 2008

    We did another Squish success story. This time with the German Funkwerk IT, who uses Squish to test the control panel of an electronic railway control center. You can read the full story at our web page

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  • Squish Success at Ericsson

    By on May 20, 2008

    Now that Squish is adopted more and more in large enterprises (Siemens, Reuters, etc.) we often get asked for references. We were able to make another reference public by interviewing Ericsson, who started to use Squish for the Java GUI testing last year. You can read the interview here.

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  • Keyword driven test

    By on April 22, 2008

    I will today abuse this blog to publish some work without having to write documentation for it. While demonstrating Squish in web demos and at conferences I often get asked about keyword driven testing. Due to the powerful scripting features of Squish, this is quite easy to do with...

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  • Interview: Squish's Advantages over QTP

    By on October 10, 2007

    Hi! You can read an interview with one of our Squish for Java users on our web site. It talkes about their test automation process and why they chose Squish over Mercury’s (now it’s actually HP) Quick Test Pro.

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  • New office and the pains of moving

    By on August 22, 2007

    Now that we have been in our new office for nearly 4 weeks we are finally sattled enough to find some time to write about it. In the last week of July we moved to nice and new offices. Due to our steady growth it got a bit too...

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  • Java Forum Stuttgart

    By on July 6, 2007

    Yesterday we attended the Java Forum Stuttgart (JFS), a Java conference organized by the Java User Group Stuttgart e.V. We had a booth there where we presented Squish and I also gave a talk. Lately we have been to quite a few conferences. The JFS really was one of...

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  • 4th Anniversary

    By on June 29, 2007

    In two days our company froglogic will have it’s 4th anniversary. The past 4 years have been very exciting times for us. Harri and I started the company in July 2003 (the hottest summer I can remember), after just having relocated to Hamburg. At this time the economy was...

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