Posts tagged with ‘Qt’

  • Using Squish to automate Qt Installer Framework UI Tests

    By on September 11, 2018

    The Qt Installer Framework got recently support for Squish. In this article you can see how to add Squish support to your installers which are based on this framework.

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  • Coco – How to measure code coverage on embedded systems via CAN Bus

    By on April 24, 2018

    Introduction Squish Coco generates the code execution measurement using streams and by default, the output of these streams is piped to a file on the file system. For embedded devices without a file system, this leads to problems. Squish Coco allows you to redirect the measurements stream via Custom...

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  • Unit tests for Qt-based applications with Catch

    By on April 10, 2018

    Unit tests for Qt-based applications with Catch Squish for Qt is a perfect fit for testing Qt based user interfaces, however an application always consists of quite some backend code as well. Unit tests are one central piece of testing this backend code.

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  • Iterating over Tables in a Qt GUI Test

    By on February 20, 2018

    The Automated GUI Testing Tool Squish makes it possible to verify entire tables using a table verification point, but there are times when the requirements of a test case make it necessary to iterate over the items of the table in a GUI test. For example in cases where...

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  • Debug Qt application while running Squish GUI tests

    By on November 10, 2017

    Some issues with Application Under Tests (AUT) appear only when a test is executed with Squish. For some cases, it’s easier run our test scenario with Squish than repeating it manually. To get a detailed information about the state of our AUT during a test execution, you can attach...

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  • Enabling Squish to hook into Sub-Processes started by the AUT

    By on September 5, 2017

    Often more complex application do not consist of just a single executable. Instead the main application launches sub-processes which also open a user interface. Squish is designed in a way to also hook into sub-processes started by the main application under test (AUT). But depending on the platform and...

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  • Testing Qt Application Manager applications with Squish.

    By on August 3, 2017

    Qt Application Manager (or appman) is a Qt module targeted for embedded devices. It allows you to create rich, Qt Quick-based user interfaces. The module exports an API that allows the Qt Quick GUI to act as a compositing display manager. It supports installing, removing, and life-cycle management of...

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  • Squish Tip: Customizing QtQuick support

    By on May 23, 2017

    Motivation Squish supports automating QtQuick 2.x based applications out of the box. One frequently asked question is about custom QML components or custom QtQuick controls and how Squish supports these. Testing QtQuick with Squish is very similar to Web testing in this regard. By default, Squish will record on...

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  • Verifying Custom Properties of a QObject in Squish

    By on March 23, 2017

    If you’re testing a Qt-based application with Squish, you probably know the problem: one of your classes has custom properties you would really like to verify, but you cannot seem to get hold of it from a test script. First the bad news: making it available requires changing your...

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  • Hybrid Qt on Android App Testing

    By on March 14, 2017

    Squish-6.1 for Android now has support for the UIAutomator framework for Android 4.3 or newer. Qt applications running on Android have C++ and Java code bundled together and running side-by-side. Squish can access objects from each language, but from a single test case, we must distinguish between these two...

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