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  • Squish tip of the week: How to look up Windows control class names

    By on juin 22, 2016

    When a window is created, an application defines a window class, which is registered with the system. This class defines various properties of the window like the window title, background color, cursor and the window class name itself. But how to get a Windows control class name? Class names...

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  • Squish tip of the week: Changing the Web Browser used for Automation

    By on juin 15, 2016

    Did you know that Squish for Web supports test automation scripts that run your test suite several times, each time using a different browser? There are two ways to configure web browser in Squish: 1. Squish IDE Go to Edit > Server Settings > Manage AUTs…

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  • froglogic enters partnership with E.S.L. to expand into Israel

    By on juin 14, 2016

    Hamburg, Germany (2016-06-14) E.S.L. and froglogic GmbH today announced a strategic partnership to distribute and support froglogic’s Squish GUI Tester and Squish Coco products in the market of Israel. E.S.L. will promote and resell Squish GUI Tester and Squish Coco in Israel and provide local, technical support services to...

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  • Squish tip of the week: Show View Action

    By on juin 8, 2016

    Squish provides various views which are not shown all the time to unclutter and tidy up the Squish interface. However, sometimes specific views are needed. So how do you access them? The easiest way is the so-called « Show View action » which is useful to open a view that isn’t...

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  • Bug Location and Patch Analysis with Squish Coco 3.4

    By on juin 7, 2016

    Hamburg, Germany June 7, 2016 froglogic is excited to announce version 3.4 of Squish Coco, its multi-platform C, C++, C# and Tcl code coverage analysis tool. Besides several smaller improvements, this new release of Squish Coco features two innovative, new features to help developers use code coverage data to...

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  • Review of Squish Day Munich

    By on juin 6, 2016

    The first froglogic « Squish Day » is over with more than twenty people joining us in Munich, Germany.

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  • Squish tip of the week: Breakpoints View

    By on juin 1, 2016

    Usually, breakpoints are good for debugging or extending an existing test case with further actions. However, what if you want to run several test cases or a test suite with breakpoints or want to disable certain breakpoints in specific test cases? Sure, you could do this by opening every...

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  • froglogic expands into the Chinese market

    By on juin 1, 2016

    After a great start into 2016, froglogic today announced that it will form a strategic partnership with Apera to build a localized offering of the Squish GUI Tester and Squish Coco Code Coverage tools in the markets of China, Macao, Hongkong and Taiwan.

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  • Squish tip of the week: How to Record after a Breakpoint

    By on mai 25, 2016

    In some cases it is necessary to extend an existing test case with further actions. However, it would be tedious to have to re-record the entire test from scratch. For example just to click an additional icon or button in the test. One solution it to edit the test...

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  • Locating Bugs by Comparing Coverage of Two Tests

    By on mai 23, 2016

    The typical answer to the question: Which source code line is responsible for a bug? is Use a debugger! However, it’s not always that simple. Here’s why: Without good working knowledge of the code, it can be difficult to set a breakpoint at a pertinent location, enabling you to...

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