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  • Happy Diwali!

    By on November 7, 2018

    To our customers in India and elsewhere celebrating the festival of lights Diwali, we at froglogic wish you a celebratory and safe holiday filled with loving family, plentiful feasts, and brightly-lit diyas.  We wish you all a prosperous year, one in which we can continue to provide you with...

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  • Finding and editing dead code with Coco

    By on August 21, 2018

    As part of the coverage report, Coco generates a list of lines with dead code. One would often like to remove these lines, but when they are spread over a large project, it requires some effort to navigate the editor to them. This can be made easier with a...

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  • A Demo Mode or Using Highlighting for more “Visual” Test Script Execution

    By on November 28, 2017

    Since version 6.3 Squish offers highlightObject(), which highlights the specified object on the screen, similar to how it is done when selecting an object in the “Application Objects” view of the Squish IDE:   Since this is a function we can use it in our test scripts: def main():...

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  • Parallel execution in Squish

    By on October 2, 2017

    With the help of virtual machines one can perform parallel executions in Squish as a time saving strategy. As an application grows, it’s features increase and so do the number of testcases in the corresponding testuite. A testsuite containing a large number of testcases becomes a problem. It takes...

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  • Squish Expert Tip: Java object mapping in Squish for Android (vs. Squish for Java)

    By on August 15, 2017

    The Squish for Java edition wraps all seen Java objects for access in test script with a type which name is the fully qualified Java name, dots being replaced by underscores. E.g. a java.lang.String Java object is wrapped as object with type java_lang_String. On such a wrapped Java object,...

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  • How to log exact mouse click positions within screenshot results

    By on August 10, 2017

    With screenshot verifications, a failed test run shows us the differences between the expected vs actual images, but in some cases, the actual image is missing, or is missing important information. . .  

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  • Finding & Fixing Dependencies Between Test Cases

    By on July 18, 2017

    Works for me! Did you ever hear yourself uttering those words, or maybe you heard them from a colleague? Tests which work on one system may fail on another. This can happen for many reasons: the application under test (AUT) depends on the operating system on which it is...

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  • Keyboard shortcuts in the Squish IDE

    By on July 4, 2017

    Keyboard shortcuts Since the Squish IDE is based on Eclipse it has a lot in common with it, for example the keyboard shortcuts functionality. For me keyboard shortcuts are very important, because they are a way to… boost my productivity (perceived as well as actual – at least I...

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  • Squish Tip: Verification of Text Colors

    By on January 4, 2017

    A common thing tests like to verify is whether text has a certain color. If you wish to avoid screenshot comparisons, then the way to do this differs depending on the toolkit and the API you are using to present text to the user. This article will explain some…

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