Meet Qt GUI Testing Specialists froglogic at Nokia’s Qt Developer Days 2010

Meet Qt GUI Testing Specialists froglogic at Nokia’s Qt Developer Days 2010

Is increasing complexity putting ever more strain on your Qt-based software development and Quality Assurance Teams? Has time-to-market pressure forced you to cut corners? Has the late detection of bugs delayed your release or did significant bugs go undetected until your software was already in your customers’ hands? Does worry about the multi-platform deployment of your Qt software keep you awake at nights?

Test Automation using a tool like Squish can help your organization deal with such challenges and free up your limited human resources to focus on higher level tasks. froglogic invites you to stop by for a demonstration of how we can help you move beyond time consuming and error-prone manual testing—and learn why a commercially supported offering might be better than internally developed solutions.

Squish offers:

  • dedicated support for automating the testing of GUI applications built with Qt—or with many other GUI technologies;
  • testing hybrid applications such as Qt/WebKit or native Windows controls embedded in Qt-based applications;
  • a state-of-the-art Eclipse-based IDE that supports very efficient workflows;
  • recording and playback of application interaction;
  • support for writing test scripts by hand and for editing recorded scripts, using standard scripting languages (e.g., JavaScript, Perl, Python, and Tcl);
  • cross-platform compatibility—Squish can test Windows, Mac, Linux, Unix, and embedded applications;
  • full support for automated unattended testing with command-line tools—even across machine and platform boundaries;
  • excellent support, active development, and full source code.

More information is available at: https://www.froglogic.com. You can request a fully functional and supported evaluation copy of Squish here: https://www.froglogic.com/evaluate.

We look forward to seeing you at our booth during the Qt Developer Days in Munich (October, 11th–13th) or in San Fransisco (November, 1st–3rd) where we will be showing how the latest Squish 4 release can automate the testing of state-of-the-art Qt applications on desktop and embedded/mobile platforms.

About froglogic

froglogic GmbH is a software company based in Hamburg, Germany. Their flagship product is Squish, the market-leading automated testing tool for GUI applications based on Qt, Java AWT/Swing and SWT/RCP, Mac OS X Carbon/Cocoa and for HTML/Ajax-based web applications running in different web browsers. froglogic also offers services in the areas QA/automated testing and C++/Qt programming and consulting. More about froglogic is at https://www.froglogic.com.

“froglogic” and “Squish” are registered trademarks of froglogic GmbH. All other trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.

Harri Porten is of German and Finnish descent and grew up in Germany and Thailand. After high school he studied at the Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg in Germany, and at the University of Waterloo in Canada; he graduated with a diploma in Mechanical Engineering. Harri started programming on an Apple II, and soon turned his hobby into a source of income, providing maintenance and consultancy services to local businesses. After discovering Linux, Harri joined the "KDE" project, where he eventually implemented a JavaScript interpreter – this interpreter was adopted for use in KDE's web browser "Konqueror", and is now also used by Apple in its Safari browser, and served as the starting point for WebKit's JavaScript interpreter. Harri began working as a software engineer at Trolltech AS in Oslo in the summer of 2000. During the next three years he oversaw the portability of the Qt GUI toolkit to a wide variety of different compilers and operating systems, including HP-UX and AIX. In addition, he implemented Qt's original SVG support, and was involved in Trolltech's quality assurance process. Harri was also a member of the Qt Script for Applications (QSA) team. Harri co-founded froglogic in 2003.

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