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  • Code Coverage of Linux Kernel Modules

    By on August 13, 2020

    Coco can be used to evaluate the coverage of a variety of programs. Here, we showcase the instrumentation of Linux Kernel modules. Prerequisites This demonstration uses the Linux Kernel Version 4.19.0-9 on a Debian OS. Packages for building the kernel and for using Coco must be installed on the...

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  • Tips for Structuring Your Squish Tests

    By on August 11, 2020

    When you first start out with Squish, structuring and organizing your tests and executions can be a daunting task. Here, we outline a few pointers to help you avoid unnecessary work and ease you into creating a robust and maintainable testing framework! How Squish Structures Its Tests If you’ve...

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  • Squish 6.6 Release Webinar Q&A

    By on July 13, 2020

    We received lots of great questions on the new features and upgrades in Squish during the Squish 6.6 release webinars. Below, we’ve answered each question received during the Q&A portion. Scripting Upgrades Can the Python version be changed after Squish is installed? Yes. In a command prompt, issue the...

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  • Squish 6.6 Release Webinars

    By on July 7, 2020

    We’re hosting two release webinars for Squish 6.6, this Wednesday and Thursday, July 8th and 9th, 2020. Lead engineers from our development and support teams will demonstrate the latest additions to the Squish GUI Tester throughout this 1-hour webinar, including: Scripting upgrades, Test Center & Squish IDE coupling, and...

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  • Squish 6.6: Now Available for Download!

    By on June 30, 2020

    The froglogic team is excited to deliver a major release of the Squish GUI Tester, version 6.6, the software quality tool chosen by thousands worldwide for cross-platform desktop, mobile, web and embedded application GUI testing. Squish 6.6 offers new features, usability improvements and a number of bug fixes for...

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  • Testing Qt for WebAssembly Applications with Squish

    By on June 30, 2020

    The Squish 6.6 release adds support for testing Qt for WebAssembly applications in Firefox and Chrome browsers. While we strive to make it as effortless as possible, the novel nature of this technology enforces some preparatory steps before WebAssembly content can be tested. Squish Built-in Hook The shared libraries...

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  • How-To: GUI Testing Remote Embedded Devices

    By on June 30, 2020

    New to Squish 6.6 is a fully-integrated remote control solution for improved testing of remote systems. With it, you can display the screen of the remote device in real-time as a test is executed, and even record new tests, including picking objects for inspection, even if the application under...

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  • Headless Execution of GUI Tests with Jenkins

    By on June 23, 2020

    Executing automated GUI tests using the Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) system Jenkins is a popular approach to streamlining automation. However, the computer on which to execute the test suite through Jenkins may be “headless.” That is, it may not have a physical display connected to it, or it may...

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  • The V-Model in Software Testing

    By on June 16, 2020

    The V-Model is a model used to describe testing activities as part of the software development process. The V-Model can be interpreted as an extension of the Waterfall development model, which describes the testing activities as one of the last steps in a sequential development process. However, in contrast...

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  • Strategies for Higher Test Coverage

    By on June 9, 2020

    In many software projects, tests are neglected at the beginning of development, and focus is put on the design and features. This is normal: the first goal should simply be to produce software which works. Priorities change when a software is released, new features are added, and maintenance becomes...

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