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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”

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    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

  • Squish tip of the week: Object Not Found Dialog

    By on October 5, 2016

    When does the Object Not Found Dialog appear? The object not found dialog automatically shows up during the execution of tests in the Squish IDE if a “waitForObject” command runs into a specified (or default) timeout. Furthermore, the dialog will show the error message generated for the lookup error and the object name for which the lookup was executed.

  • Advantages of Automated GUI Testing

    By on September 28, 2016

    Manual vs. Automated Testing has always been a point of debate among software professionals but what are really the benefits of Automated Software Testing you may ask. What exactly is Automated Testing? Essentially, Test Automation is using code to create a program that performs automated tests for your software. The difference to manual testing is instead of actually performing the

  • Open source C++ execution trace framework

    By on September 15, 2016

    At froglogic, we’re big fans of open source software. A large part of our engineering (and management!) staff contributed or contributes to open source projects, and everyone visiting our offices for a job interview certainly gets a big +1 in case she can show off some open source work! We also use a lot of open source software for our

  • Squish 6.1 Release with Visual Verification Points

    By on September 13, 2016

    About twelve months after the release of Squish 6.0, we are proud and excited to make available Squish 6.1 which delivers several new features including: * Visual Verification Points * Window and Screen API * QtWebEngine support * Improved Squish installer

  • Squish tip of the week: Automating Multiple Applications with Multiple Squish Installations or Editions

    By on September 7, 2016

    Did you know that it is possible to use multiple Squish editions in a single test script? The following example describes the setup and workflow for such scenario utilizing Squish for Qt and Squish for Web. Install Squish for Qt. Install Squish for Web. Create a Squish for Qt test suite with the Squish for Qt IDE. Create a Squish

  • Squish tip of the week: Automation Setup on Windows

    By on August 24, 2016

    There are situations in which test scripts will hang and time out on Windows while executing. Most of this cases involve the lack of drawing/painting the application on the “screen”. The underlying problem is that if the GUI of the application cannot be rendered, its objects do not have coordinates on the screen and testing software, like Squish, cannot find

  • QtCon: Squish for Qt Training in Berlin

    By on August 23, 2016

    On September 1st, as part of the QtCon conference, our partner KDAB hosts a day of training. This training day allows you to gain knowledge in several Qt-related topics, including automated Qt GUI testing with Squish for Qt. froglogic‘s ISTQB-certified Senior Software Trainer Florian Turck will conduct the full-day Squish for Qt training and share his in-depth experience of effectively