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    Upcoming feature “script-based object map”

    By on January 18, 2017

    Upcoming feature: Script-Based Object Map In July 2016 two blog articles presented an alternative script-based Object Map approach for advanced management of object names. The idea is to use script language variables instead of string-based Symbolic Names for object look-up and interaction functions. As shown in the examples below, language specific dictionaries with wildcard and regular expression support are used

  • Execute tagged scenarios in Maven

    By on January 16, 2017

    Recently released Squish GUI Tester 6.2 allows for Test Case tagging. It was already possible to tag Scenarios in BDD Feature as well. We have just released Squish Maven plug-in version 4.3 which allows to execute only tagged Test Cases or Scenarios. More information: Knowledge Base Article Maven plug-in documentation

  • Squish Tip of the Week: Verification of Text Colors

    By on January 4, 2017

    A common thing tests like to verify is whether text has a certain color. If you wish to avoid screenshot comparisons, then the way to do this differs depending on the toolkit and the API you are using to present text to the user. This article will explain some of the different ways text can be presented, and how to verify their color in a test case.

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    Merry Christmas 2016

    By on December 21, 2016

    A very successful year at froglogic comes slowly to an end. This year has been successful in may aspects for us. On the business side, we have increased our revenue by 14% compared to 2015 by winning several new customers as well as appreciating continued business from our existing customer base. Since we care a lot about our users being successful

  • Website Location Guide After Changed Permalink Structure

    Website Location Guide After Changed Permalink Structure

    By on December 14, 2016

    With the new release of our website most of the existing links have changed. This was (unfortunately) necessary to improve the aesthetic, usability, and forward-compatibility of our permalink URL structure. The good news is nothing is lost, and all information of Squish & Automated GUI Testing is still just a finger tip away. Listed below you will find some main

  • Squish GUI Tester 6.2

    Release: Squish GUI Tester 6.2 with Remote File System Access

    By on December 6, 2016

    Hamburg, Germany (2016-12-06) froglogic GmbH announced today the release of Squish 6.2; featuring a remote system API, randomized test execution and test case tagging and a attach to browser feature. Squish GUI Tester is the market leading, functional test automation tool for cross-platform and cross-device GUI testing on desktop, embedded, mobile platforms and web browsers in more than 3,000 QA

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    froglogic 4.0

    By on November 30, 2016

    If you haven’t noticed by now, our website got a revamp. Now with responsiveness, better usability, and a much fresher look. The last web design change was in 2012 and since then not much changed. Behind the scenes, we have been working hard to get this new release out and even with testing there are maybe still some bugs around.

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    Squish tip of the week: How to get around folding/collapsing comment lines while editing comments in Python

    By on November 2, 2016

    Lately, there was a support question regarding folding/collapsing comment lines while editing comments in Python. If one tries to comment tests in Python, the Squish IDE folds or minimizes the comment while writing. In some cases this is unpleasant and time-consuming even if one subsequently clicks the small “+” icon to expand the comment. We are aware of this “feature”

  • Code Folding Expand and Collapse Code in Squish

    Squish tip of the week: Code Folding – Expand and Collapse Code in Squish

    By on October 19, 2016

    What is Code Folding Code folding is the ability to expand and collapse certain code in programming constructs. This improves readability when a test script contains numerous functions or other blocks of code and comments that you want to hide when you are not currently working with that part of the file. How to Expand and Collapse Code in Squish

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    What Programming Language to learn for Test Automation

    By on October 12, 2016

    Many companies are moving away from hiring pure manual testers and prefer testers with test automation skills. Learning a programming language will get you started with test automation. Not only that testers can speak the same “language” as developers, they will understand better what developers do and get a better appreciation of how complex development is. Further, a tester can