Unused functions in a software project can cause code bloat, but they also create more work for the developers of tests, especially in the situation where code coverage (the quality) of tests is being measured. If a function is not used, then removing it from a project will reduce not only the complexity of the project, but also the amount of tests that need to be written for it. The problem of finding unused functions in software projects is that it can often be time consuming and frustrating.
During this free webinar you'll learn:
- Most common challenges of automating embedded GUI and HMI tests
- Squish setup for Embedded Testing using a target device
- How to create robust GUI automated tests (recording, scripting and adding
- How to execute tests in a distributed environment
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.
Want to learn from our froglogic engineers everything about automated GUI Testing with the Squish GUI Tester and Code Coverage Analysis with Squish Coco?
Join us for the day in Cambridge on Oct. 23. You will learn from our engineers how our tools can be used most efficiently, have the chance for in-depth technical discussions with our engineers and other Squish users and you will learn about the future roadmap of Squish GUI Tester and Squish Coco.
The attendance including drinks and lunch is free.