Posts taggés avec ‘Tip of Week’

  • Squish tip of the week: How to run simultaneous tests against multiple devices from a single computer

    By on décembre 10, 2013

    Did you know Squish can run simultaneous tests from a single driving source or computer? Imagine you have an emulator and three mobile devices you’d like to execute tests against all at once: Start one squishserver instance for each target device (or emulator) ./squishserver Execute one squishrunner command against...

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  • Squish tip of the week: Ensure steps in secondary applications are also recorded

    By on décembre 4, 2013

    Does your primary AUT launch other applications you would like to include in your testing? When one application launches another, often a sub-process is triggered. Including the triggered sub-process, or application, in your recording requires a simple setting change as well as a basic understanding of Application Context. Within...

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  • Squish tip of the week: How to test custom Qt widgets

    By on novembre 26, 2013

    The Squish for Qt GUI Tester comes with special support for automation of all Qt widgets, QML objects and also non-UI Qt classes. This means Squish implements special support for interacting with all kinds of Qt and QML GUI controls (mouse, touch, keyboard, etc. interactions) The complete Qt and...

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  • How can I run Squish from the command-line interface?

    By on novembre 20, 2013

    Interested in scheduling your test suite or scripts to run? Or want to execute your scripts from the command-line interface (CLI)? While scripts can be run unmanned using 3rd-party integrations, they can also be executed using Squish’s CLI. To record or execute your tests from the CLI, you’ll need...

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  • Squish Tip of the Week: Where to start?

    By on novembre 12, 2013

    You know you want to create an automated testing framework. Perhaps you’ve even identified a tool, or are already working with a tool (Squish?). Next step, automate. Ready Go! Stop, not quite. In order to get the most value of your time, or ROI on your framework, plan before...

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  • Squish tip of the Week: Producing Valuable Test Results

    By on novembre 6, 2013

    Knowing a test passed is clear, but understanding why a test failed can be more complicated. Start by outputting relevant and valuable data to your test results. The key is identifying what provides value, and what creates noise. Value-added items can: Help identify the reason for the failure more...

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  • Squish tip of the week: Handling objects with changing names

    By on octobre 28, 2013

    Having trouble getting your scripts to handle objects with changing text or property values? Or concerned about automating portions of your application with dynamic text? The Squish Object Map lets you adjust entries to better handle those ever changing objects! Incorporating a wildcard or regular expression in an object’s...

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  • Squish tip of the week: Optimize your Squish Test Suite

    By on octobre 18, 2013

    Identify commonly occurring script segments in your test suite, break segments apart into functions or smaller scripts, and place them in Test Suite Resources for use throughout your entire test suite. Quickly call the repeat segments by function, avoiding duplication. Your application changes in this commonly used area? You’ve...

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  • Squish tip of the week: Record missed steps in existing script

    By on février 22, 2013

    Recorded a script, but forgot to include a few steps? No problem! Using the Record Snippet feature, you can insert additional recorded at any point in an existing script. Set a breakpoint where you’d like to insert additional recorded steps, execute your script, and when the breakpoint is reached,...

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  • KDAB's Squish Tip: Remember nativeType

    By on octobre 22, 2012

    Our partner KDAB, who is a Squish expert providing services around Squish and Qt, and who has helped many of our customers with their GUI test automation, published a new monthly Squish tip. Read it at Remember_nativeType All of KDAB’s tips can be read at QDN Squish

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