Installing Squish for Qt for WebAssembly testing
The Squish for Qt for WebAssembly testing package is suitable for preparing a Qt application for WebAssembly for testing. You also need a Squish for Web package on your desktop machine for recording, managing and replaying tests. Please see Installing from Binary Packages for details on installing such a package.
Note: WebSocket support needs to be enabled in squishserver since it is being used instead of a regular TCP socket for connection. If you are building the squishserver from sources, the
--enable-server-websockets switch needs to be passed to
configure to enable the WebSocket support.
In order to build your application instrumented for using Squish for Qt for WebAssembly, you have to use Squish for Qt for WebAssembly embedded package for building your application with Squish's Qt support included, following by deploying the application:
- Ensure that you can build your Qt application for WebAssembly first because it needs to be rebuilt to become testable with Squish. For details refer to the Qt for WebAssembly documentation.
- Add the Qt built-in hook to your application project.
Note: The only available option to make a Qt application for WebAssembly testable is to use
Squish::installBuiltinHook(). It is not possible to use attachable AUTs with WebAssembly.
- If not done already, install a Squish for Web binary package on the desktop machine. Please see Installing Squish for Web for details.
- In Squish IDE, choose File > New Test Suite to create a new Test Suite and follow the wizard. When asked for the GUI Toolkit choose Web and then choose preferred scripting language from the list.
- After the creation of the test suite, you need to choose the browser that you would like to use. For this, go to Edit > Server Settings > Browser.
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