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  • froglogic expands into the Chinese market

    By on June 1, 2016

    After a great start into 2016, froglogic today announced that it will form a strategic partnership with Apera to build a localized offering of the Squish GUI Tester and Squish Coco Code Coverage tools in the markets of China, Macao, Hongkong and Taiwan.

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  • Squish tip of the week: How to Record after a Breakpoint

    By on May 25, 2016

    In some cases it is necessary to extend an existing test case with further actions. However, it would be tedious to have to re-record the entire test from scratch. For example just to click an additional icon or button in the test. One solution it to edit the test...

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  • Locating Bugs by Comparing Coverage of Two Tests

    By on May 23, 2016

    The typical answer to the question: Which source code line is responsible for a bug? is Use a debugger! However, it’s not always that simple. Here’s why: Without good working knowledge of the code, it can be difficult to set a breakpoint at a pertinent location, enabling you to...

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  • Squish tip of the week: How to add a Breakpoint in a Test Case

    By on May 18, 2016

    Adding a breakpoint in a test script is easy and can be very useful when inserting a verification point or adding missing and additional steps. Furthermore, the breakpoint functionality can be used to see the call stack and to use the Spy to examine application object property values.

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  • Squish Day Munich: Learn from froglogic's experts about Squish!

    By on May 12, 2016

    Do you want to learn from froglogic engineers everything about automated GUI Testing with  Squish GUI Tester and Code Coverage Analysis with Squish Coco? Join us for a day at the Squish Day in Munich

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  • Squish tip of the week: How to automatically update screenshot verification points

    By on May 11, 2016

    Did you know that Squish supports an easy way to deal with screenshot verification points when there are significant changes in the appearance of applications? As it is quite common that GUI’s of applications change with new releases, features and enhancements, it would be a real pain to retake...

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  • Squish tip of the week: 32-bit or 64-bit: Picking the Right Squish Binary Package

    By on May 4, 2016

    Sometimes we get asked what is the right Squish binary package to download? To answer this question, we first need to find out what 32-bit and 64-bit is. The terms 32-bit and 64-bit (the number of bits is called the word size*) refers to the information processing of the...

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  • Squish tip of the week: How to describe your automated tests

    By on April 27, 2016

    While working on automating test cases, it is important to describe them well. After some time, the number of automated test cases can be enormous. Giving your test suites and test cases self-explaining and meaningful names can help in the future when you try to find a particular test...

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  • Are Unit Tests necessary, or do System Tests suffice?

    By on April 25, 2016

    In theory, each new or modified function should be tested. Often, the initial reaction is to have one unit test per code change. It’s not that simple however. Writing unit tests is time consuming, and only makes sense for functions containing non-trivial code or a minimum level of computational...

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  • Squish tip of the week: The Complete Beginner's Guide to Support

    By on April 20, 2016

    Even with an exceptional GUI regression testing software like Squish there is sometimes need for support. Support is defined by an after-sales service provided by a software publisher or vendor in solving software conflicts updates and patches for bugs and security holes in the program. Many questions and requests...

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  • Exhibition & Conference: froglogic at QtDay 2016 in Florence

    By on April 13, 2016

    froglogic will be present again at the QtDay 2016 in Florence, this time from April 29th – 30th 2016. Schedule April 29th – Training session with a froglogic representative at QtLab April 30th – At our booth (right in front of the conference facilities) we are showing live demos,...

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  • Squish tip of the week: How to use the Squish Documentation

    By on April 13, 2016

    Are you feeling lost or overwhelmed by the many different functionalities in Squish? We from froglogic know there are lots of features in Squish, and sometimes you can easily get lost in all the functions and extensions which Squish supports. Nevertheless, we are working hard to make sure that...

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  • Squish tip of the week: 3 Steps to Mask a Screenshot Verification Point

    By on April 6, 2016

    Did you know that you can set masks on screenshot verification points? With the masks functionality provided in Squish it is possible to apply positive and negative masks on screenshot verification points to ignore or focus on specific areas of an image comparison which allows us to make screenshot...

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  • Exhibition & Conference: froglogic at BIOMEDevice 2016 Boston

    By on April 4, 2016

    froglogic is attending BIOMEDevice 2016 in Boston, Massachusetts April 13th & 14th. Come find us at Booth 120 showing live demos, testing BDD and embedded HMIs using Squish GUI Tester!

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  • Squish tip of the week: Screenshot Verification Point

    By on March 30, 2016

    The most commonly used verifications in Squish are object property verifications – comparing the object properties values with an expected value. Those verification points can easily be inserted into a test script using the Squish IDE’s point & click interface. This method is sufficient and for most scenarios best...

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  • Squish tip of the week: Browser Support in Squish for Web

    By on March 23, 2016

    Did you know that Squish for Web supports all standard web browsers like Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome, Opera and even Internet Explorer?

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  • Squish tip of the week: 10 reasons why using a version control system is awesome!

    By on March 16, 2016

    Why is it important to use a version control system also known as source control or revision control? Please ask yourself: 1. Have you ever had to maintain multiple versions of a product? 2. Have you ever lost code or had a backup that was too old? 3. Have...

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  • Squish tip of the week: Ensuring that functions are always called pairwise

    By on March 9, 2016

    Some functions in Squish need to be called in pairs to work correctly. For example fixateResultContext and restoreResultContext should go always together just like startsection and endSection. This is crucial in order to prevent any malfunctioning script behavior and misleading test results.

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  • Release of Squish 6.0.2

    By on March 8, 2016

    As announced today on froglogic, we are excited to release Squish 6.0.2. This version includes various fixes for issues found in last Squish 6.0.1 release. The IDE, the script bindings, result reporting as well as the UI toolkit support have been improved in all of the editions. See the...

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  • Squish tip of the week: How to override the location associated with test results

    By on March 2, 2016

    Ever wondered how to override the location associated with test results? A function which (temporarily) enforces that test results created by Squish functions, for example test.compare, will have their report entry rewritten such that the location of the result entry is no longer the place where text.compare was called...

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