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How to create Automated GUI Tests for Qt and QML Applications During this free webinar you'll learn:

- How to test Qt and QML Applications
- How to create & execute automated tests across multi-platforms
- The importance of true object-level access in automated GUI testing
- How to interact with Qt objects, widgets, properties & the API
- How to create tests that continue to work as your product evolves

Discover all benefits of Qt GUI Test Automation with the Squish GUI Tester at https://www.froglogic.com/squish/editions/qt-gui-test-automation/
Sep 26, 201710:00am CEST1 hour
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How to create Cross-Platform Automated GUI Tests for Java Apps Finding yourself limited to single-platform Java-application GUI Automated Testing? Or lacking true access to all Java controls?

Join our webinar and witness GUI automated testing with true cross-platform object-level awareness across Linux, Mac & Windows. Automate standard, complex & custom controls in Java Swing/AWT, SWT/Eclipse RCP, JavaFX, WebStart/JNLP, Applets and Embedded-Web applications.

Duration: 30 minutes plus Q & A

In this webinar will cover:
- General Squish for Java overview
- True Object-Level Access with Squish
- Executing Cross-Platform Automated GUI Tests
- Interacting with Java application objects, properties & API
Oct 4, 20178:00am PDT1 hour
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Use BDD to Automate Tests of Mobile Apps Join a Squish expert and learn how to leverage BDD to create automated GUI tests for your iOS or Android Mobile Apps regardless of device, simulator/emulator, resolution or orientation!

Duration: 30 minutes plus Q & A

This webinar will cover:
- General Squish for iOS and Android overview
- Leveraging Behavior Driven Development for Automated GUI Testing
- Importance of True Object-Level Access
- Executing tests across Device, Simulator/Emulator and at Resolutions and Orientations
- Interacting with iOS and Android application objects, properties & API
Oct 12, 201710:00am CEST1 hour
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