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1 developer license for Java Swing testing (QF-Test/swing), no maintenance
1 developer license for JavaFX testing (QF-Test/fx) including one year maintenance
1 developer license for Java SWT and Web testing (QF-Test/swt+web), no maintenance
2 developer licenses for Java Swing, JavaFX and Web testing (QF-Test/swing+fx+web) including one year maintenance
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You can choose which GUI technology support you need and want to buy. Licenses can be extended by additional GUI technologies at any time later.
The four GUI technologies available for QF-Test allow testing the following systems:
Swing: Java applications based on the Swing GUI Toolkit. This is the traditional GUI toolkit that comes with every Java version from Oracle. QF-Test has continuously supported this toolkit since it's very beginning in 1999. Special RIA (Rich Internet Application) variants like Java applets and WebStart can also be handled. Test for hybrid applications with Swing and JavaFX, Swing and SWT or Swing and Web, the latter with an embedded JxBrowser 4 component, are possible, given the respective license for QF-Test/swing+fx, QF-Test/swing+swt or QF-Test/swing+web.
JavaFX: JavaFX is the successor of Swing and an integral part of Java 8. QF-Test provides advanced testing support for JavaFX including complex components like trees and tables. Hybrid Java and Web applications using the JavaFX WebView component can be tested seamlessly and the combinations of JavaFX and Swing or JavaFX and SWT are also possible, given the respective license for QF-Test/fx+web, QF-Test/swing+fx or QF-Test/fx+swt.
SWT: Java applications based on the Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT), including Eclipse plug-ins and the Rich Client Platform (RCP). QF-Test has continuously provided support for this toolkit since 2008. An important feature is automatic naming of RCP objects for stable and reliable component recognition. Included is support for some special components like ktable or some of the tables from the Nebula project.
Web: Web applications in a browser, i.e. Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome can be easily tested. Real cross-browser testing is possible thanks to the deep integration of QF-Test with the respective browser engines. Besides testing static HTML pages (including HTML5), innovative support is also provided for dynamic pages and several AJAX toolkits, including GWT, ExtGWT, ExtJS, ICEfaces, jQuery UI, jQuery EasyUI, PrimeFaces, RAP, Qooxdoo, RichFaces, Vaadin and ZK. QF-Test drastically reduces testing complexity of those pages by mapping abstract objects to logical GUI classes.
Testing support for multiple GUI technologies - even combined in hybrid applications - can be composed in QF-Test licenses, e.g QF-Test/swing+web or QF-Test/swing+fx+swt+web.