With the introduction of the New Runtime Engine (NRE), a lot of new possibilities becomes available in SeqZap. This post will introduce two recently added features which has been made possible by the introduction of the New Runtime Engine.
After 7 years with the same runtime engine (now refereed to as the Old Runtime Engine) SeqZap has now changed to our new runtime engine. This runtime engine is faster, better and more future proof, but the primary reason for switching to it is that the new runtime engine is free of the memory leaks […]
The Arduino family of embedded boards are an easy and low-cost way of getting started with embedded software. It is also useful as a simple data acquisition/generation device for use in tests. SeqZap includes a simple textual protocol called the “sequanto automation protocol” which is supported by the Automation Tool included with SeqZap. The standard […]
SeqZap’s built-in Windows Automation Tool can be used to automate almost any Windows application running on a PC. The Windows Automation Tool uses the Windows Accessiblity interface to interact with- and automate the application under test. This means that almost anything running on Windows can be automated since almost all programming environments (.net, Java, Borland, […]
Sequanto A/S change name to CIM Software Testing A/S in connection with the CIM Group taking over the majority shareholder in the Danish Stoevring based company. On the same occasion Allan Henneberg, who is one of the founders of the CIM, will take over as CEO of CIM Software Testing A / S, while Jan […]
SeqZap can now generate a JUnit-compatible report format which allows SeqZap to report test results back to the Jenkins/Huson continous integration system. This is not a post to boast about our Jenkins/Hudson support, but to let our current and future customers know that we are more than willing to help integrate SeqZap with other tools, […]