Archiv für Juli, 2019

  • Improved Syntax Highlighting for the Script-based Object Map

    By on Juli 30, 2019

    Introduction With the release of the Script-based Object Map, we also added some syntax highlighting options to the Squish IDE. As references to the Script-based Object Map will make up a big part of your test scripts, it’s important to be able to see at first glance which scripted...

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  • Hooking Into Java Applications Launched Via Third Party/Custom Launcher Applications.

    By on Juli 23, 2019

    Sometimes, while trying to automate a Java AUT the hooking fails and the following error is shown: In such cases it is possible that the AUT executable or binary is actually a custom launcher application. The launcher applications are small executable programs which load and start a Java Application....

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  • Multi-User, Blackbox Testing with Squish Coco

    By on Juli 16, 2019

    Software development success is often achieved in a team of engineers, and part of this success is achieved through thorough, comprehensive testing. In some settings, source code is shared among all involved on a given team, but in many cases, the source code is secured, and only parts of...

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  • Creating Safer Skies Pt. II: State-of-the-Art Air Traffic Monitoring at Tern Systems

    By on Juli 11, 2019

    Have you ever taken a flight from North America to Europe? If so, then it’s most likely that the flight was safely guided to its destination via Tern Systems’ Air Traffic Monitoring (ATM) solutions.  Tern Systems, whose main business function is to provide ATM solutions to Iceland’s Air Navigation Service Provider, Isavia,...

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  • Coco and System Header Files

    By on Juli 9, 2019

    A C or C++ program always includes header files that are provided by the compiler or the operating system. When they are instrumented by Coco, sometimes unexpected error messages occur. This post explains why this happens, when this happens, and what to do about it.

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  • QASource: How Squish Simplifies Cross-Platform Testing

    By on Juli 8, 2019

    Here at QASource, our 700+ engineers work with a variety of tools daily to test various software applications in diverse industries for different businesses, from startups to Fortune 500 companies. So it’s safe to say we’ve seen our fair share of software testing tools. Today’s trends in automated testing...

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  • GUI Test Configuration Through Script Arguments

    By on Juli 3, 2019

    GUI test exeutions have to be configured for various purposes. Test engineers might want to configure a test in order to use specific test data as input to the Application Under Test. Or the Application Under Test itself has to be executed with a variation of program arguments. While...

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  • „Squish is a powerful tool.“ Students at Collegium Balticum Get Their First Training on the Squish GUI Tester

    By on Juli 1, 2019

    Students at Collegium Balticum in Poland participated in a two-day intensive course on the Squish GUI Tester, led by Dr. Marcin Caryk of infinIT Codelab. During the lectures, students initially spent time learning the basic Squish functions, including creating test suites and test cases and recording their first test...

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