Automated Qt GUI Testing on Maemo smartphones with Squish
Hamburg, Germany - 2010-09-07 froglogic GmbH today announced the availability of pre-built packages of the Automated Qt GUI Testing Tool Squish for Nokia's Maemo platform.
Maemo is a software platform that is mostly based on open source code and powers mobile devices such as the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet or Nokia N900 smartphone. The Maemo platform has been developed by Nokia in collaboration with many open source projects.
Squish itself, and all the tests created with it, are completely cross-platform, and work on Windows, Linux/Unix, Mac OS X, and embedded Linux.
"Squish supported automated testing of Qt applications on embedded Linux devices for a long time already. Due to the variety and diversity of embedded Linux systems available we usually require our clients to build Squish from sources for their custom devices and platforms.", said Reginald Stadlbauer, froglogic's CEO. "Given the high demand for GUI testing on the Maemo platform we decided to produce and maintain pre-build, easy-to-install Squish packages for the Maemo simulator and the Nokia N900 Maemo based smartphone. We are very excited that these packages are available now."
For more information about the cross-platform GUI Test Automation Tool Squish please see "http://squish.froglogic.com":http://squish.froglogic.com or contact "firstname.lastname@example.org":mailto:email@example.com. Or get your free and supported evaluation copy of Squish today at "http://www.froglogic.com/evaluate":http://www.froglogic.com/evaluate.
froglogic GmbH is a software company based in Hamburg, Germany. Their flagship product is Squish, the market-leading automated testing tool for GUI applications based on Qt, Java AWT/Swing and SWT/RCP, Mac OS X Carbon/Cocoa and for HTML/Ajax-based web applications running in different web browsers. froglogic also offers services in the areas QA/automated testing and C++/Qt programming and consulting. More about froglogic is at "http://www.froglogic.com":http://www.froglogic.com.
It looks intersting, I will try to see more about this kind of testing.