Posts taggés avec ‘Squish’

  • Use XPath in Squish for Web as Alternative to Object Names

    By on août 7, 2018

    The object names in Squish are a powerful feature, not only with the ability to look up objects, but also to synchronize on them. In Squish 6.4 this became even more flexible with the introduction of the script-based object map. But there are some situations left where the Squish...

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  • Convert Text-Based Object Maps to Script-Based Object Maps

    By on août 1, 2018

    With Squish 6.4 we introduced script-based object maps, which provide a more powerful way to manage object names. Script-based object maps will enable you to use native script language concepts to organize the object map, to reduce redundancy and to help with dynamic object lookup. In this article I...

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  • Automate UI Testing of Windows applications under Wine on Linux

    By on juillet 17, 2018

    If your Windows application runs fine under Wine, you can automate the GUI tests of your application using Squish for Windows running under Wine on Linux too. One reason to try Wine is to get a broader variation of Windows OS’es for finding hard to trigger bugs. Also, compared...

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  • Squish GUI Tester 6.4 Release with Cutting-edge Object Recognition Features

    By on juin 26, 2018

    We are delighted to announce the Squish GUI Tester 6.4 release. This version introduces cutting-edge GUI object recognition features: flexible and fail-safe Script-based Object Maps and highly configurable Image-based Object Lookup methods. These features simplify mastering test automation challenges such as maintaining object names, dynamic object lookups and UI...

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  • BDD Test Cases in Squish: Clean Up After Your Scenarios!

    By on juin 12, 2018

    Squish allows creating functional tests for user interfaces in a behaviour-driven (BDD) style, enabling the tester to concentrate on what the user does (« enter user name, confirm login dialog ») instead of how it is done (« enter this, click there »). Leveraging the scripting languages supported, a very elegant scheme for…

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  • Cutting-edge Object Recognition in Squish GUI Tester 6.4 Beta

    By on mai 23, 2018

    We are delighted to announce the Squish GUI Tester 6.4 Beta release. This version introduces cutting-edge GUI object recognition features: flexible and fail-safe Script-based Object Maps and highly configurable Image-based Object Lookup methods. These features simplify mastering test automation challenges such as maintaining object names, dynamic object lookups and...

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  • Difference between « Object not found » and « Object not ready » errors

    By on mai 22, 2018

    Object synchronization functions such as waitForObject or waitForObjectItem may return various error messages. Fully understanding these messages is important to debug a test script. Squish recognizes GUI objects by a subset of their properties and values. In the example below, we would like to click on an object of...

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  • Navigate and overlook test script code efficiently

    By on avril 30, 2018

    Creating and maintaining Squish tests requires a fair bit of editing the test scripts. It can become very tedious to navigate in bigger script files with arrow keys or by searching. In this article I present means to navigate directly to script functions and types. The navigation also provides...

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  • Squish & Python

    By on avril 17, 2018

    Squish is shipped with different scripting languages allowing to start recording or writing tests cases in any of them without lengthily setup. The list is: Ruby, JavaScript, Perl, Tcl and the one of interest in this article Python. The intent of this article is to provide information that might...

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  • New Property for Identification of WPF Images

    By on mars 20, 2018

    Some WPF Image objects have a string representation of the nativeObject.Source property which can be used for their identification. This property will be exposed as the ‘source’ property of Image objects in the new Squish release 6.4.

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