Posts tagged with ‘KDE’

  • Squish for Qt – Support for Automated GUI Testing of Applications Based on Newly Released Qt 5.8

    By on January 27, 2017

    froglogic congratulates The Qt Company for releasing Qt 5.8 this week. froglogic is the vendor of Squish for Qt, the automated testing tool for functional regression testing and system testing of Qt applications on desktop, mobile and embedded platforms. Squish for Qt offers dedicated cross-platform test automation support for Qt Widgets, QML,...

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  • Yet another static code analyzer run

    By on October 2, 2014

    Looking for the answer to a 64-bit build question I ran into a news item titled “The Unicorn Getting Interested in KDE“. Since I never saw an unicorn before this made me curious. Turns out that a company selling a static code analysis tool has been analysing KDE code....

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  • Yes. We are hiring, too, but…

    By on August 1, 2012

    … not just testers. While our products Squish and Squish Coco are about testing we also need developers! Good ones. Those that are good with C++ mainly. But in the end we can also throw Java, ObjectiveC, C#, Python, JavaScript, Perl, PHP and Tcl in the mix if you...

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  • Help with cherry-picking

    By on July 10, 2012

    A question to those out there who are interested in the use of revision control software and release management. We are using git but I’ll try to formulate the challenge independant of the concrete system. For quite some time now we are using a dedicated release branch in order...

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  • Meet froglogic at Qt Developer Days 2011 in Munich

    By on October 24, 2011

    After an eventful year in the Qt world it’s time for the annual Qt Developer Days again. We are very happy that the tradition continues and as it looks the European event, which starts today in Munich, will be more than well attended. If you are at dev days...

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  • What we at froglogic think about Qt's future

    By on March 1, 2011

    More than two weeks passed since Nokia announced that it will adopt Windows Phone as their platform for smart phones. This obviously raised a lot of questions about Qt’s and also MeeGo’s future and a lot has been said in blogs, public and private discussions. From a personal point,...

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  • K* == bad

    By on December 7, 2010

    KDE must have grown so big and old that it became unpopular to be associated with it. At least I cannot help having this sentiment after observing a couple of sub-projects trying hard to not be tied to KDE too closely. Granted, the times when K* versions of applications...

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  • Moving to new location

    By on November 9, 2010

    After three years in froglogic’s office space it’s time to move on. We’ve outgrown this place after the last hires. Last year we already had to give up on the idea of having a dedicated room for a test lab. The machines got spread out to other rooms. Then,...

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  • Return from Akademy – any trustful airline left?

    By on July 9, 2010

    It was nice to have attended Akademy again. Everything was well organized and the talks were interesting or entertaining. Or both. Particularly the improvised KDevelop presentation managed to impress. Tampere was also a good venue. Big enough to offer a variety of place to stay, eat and hang around....

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  • Going to Akademy, too.

    By on July 1, 2010

    After skipping the two last years I can’t help but attending Akademy again. Our company just released version 4.0* of our test tool Squish so I’m a bit more relaxed when it comes to thinking of hobbies I should have. Also time to meet up with KDE contributors I...

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