Squish tip of the week: How to setup a Jenkins slave to run Squish tests

Squish tip of the week: How to setup a Jenkins slave to run Squish tests

Did you know that you can use Jenkins to run Squish tests?

Jenkins, previously known as Hudson, is an open source tool for continuous integration* written in Java. Many companies use Jenkins to deploy and automate projects for their software life circle.

As Jenkins supports the master/slave mode where the workload of building projects can be assigned to multiple slave nodes, only a single Jenkins installation is needed to host a large number of projects and to provide different environments needed for builds and tests. Together with Squish automated and functional GUI (regression) testing gets easier and less time consuming.

Jenkins & Squish GUI Tester

In our Knowledge Base you will find a detailed instruction on how to setup a Jenkins slave to run Squish tests.

*Continuous Integration (CI) is a part of modern software development. CI reflects the process of building and testing applications. For example nightly builds where a program code will be compiled and the Software will be tested. If problems occur, a developer will be informed.

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