Posts tagged with ‘code’

  • Code Coverage Case Study: Learn How InnovMetric Software Benefits from Squish Coco

    By on March 21, 2017

    InnovMetric Software Inc., the leading provider of universal 3D metrology software solutions, started to use froglogic’s Code Coverage Tool Squish Coco in 2015. The main objective was to understand how much of their applications’ code is properly tested by their 15,000+ tests. After some time InnovMetric’s engineers concluded: “Coco...

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  • froglogic Delivers Squish Tool Suite for Automated Testing of Embedded Qt GUIs and HMIs

    By on February 1, 2017

    With the rise of modern user interfaces (HMIs) in the embedded industries, new methods to automate the GUI tests of embedded devices are required to develop and ship quality products. froglogic, the innovative firm behind the cross-platform and cross-technology GUI test automation tool Squish and the cross-platform code coverage...

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  • Overriding Squish functions

    By on February 1, 2017

    Motivation There may be cases where one wants to change the behavior of the functions provided by Squish. For example, even though the default timeout of waitForObject() is 20 seconds (which usually is enough for a GUI control to be “visible and enabled”), in some rare cases one may...

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  • Squish tip of the week: How to get around folding/collapsing comment lines while editing comments in Python

    By on November 2, 2016

    Lately, there was a support question regarding folding/collapsing comment lines while editing comments in Python. If one tries to comment tests in Python, the Squish IDE folds or minimizes the comment while writing. In some cases this is unpleasant and time-consuming even if one subsequently clicks the small “+”...

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  • Squish tip of the week: Code Folding – Expand and Collapse Code in Squish

    By on October 19, 2016

    What is Code Folding Code folding is the ability to expand and collapse certain code in programming constructs. This improves readability when a test script contains numerous functions or other blocks of code and comments that you want to hide when you are not currently working with that part...

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  • Are Unit Tests necessary, or do System Tests suffice?

    By on April 25, 2016

    In theory, each new or modified function should be tested. Often, the initial reaction is to have one unit test per code change. It’s not that simple however. Writing unit tests is time consuming, and only makes sense for functions containing non-trivial code or a minimum level of computational...

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