Squish tip of the week: Validate functionality and visual layout
Did you know Squish can visually validate your application in addition to verifying objects & properties?
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While the most common method of validation testing is data or object related, Squish can also validate how an item appears visually.
Create a Screenshot Verification Point using Squish and:
- Strictly compare images
- Compare image pixels, setting thresholds for a percentage of error and color difference
- Perform histogram-based image comparisons, setting a bin differences threshold as well as percentage of failures allowed
- Create positive and negative masks to ignore or focus on specific areas of an image comparison
- Use an interactive comparison tool to analyze image differences and update images as needed
Most importantly, images for comparison are still identified in your application using the object-based recognition method, and then the image is compared, ensuring optimal accuracy.
Read more about Screenshot Verification Points using the links below:
- How to Create and Use Screenshot Verification Points
- Editing Screenshot Verification Points
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