April 13, 2016
QFS partner for Australia and New Zealand
We are happy to inform you that we have now formalized our long-standing
relationship with our partner QF-TEST AUSTRALIA, who offers support and
consulting for QF-Test customers in Australia and New Zealand - in their time
QF-TEST AUSTRALIA has been working with QF-Test for 10 years now and shares
QFS' goal of helping QF-Test users to retain their high standards of achieving
best possible software quality by facilitating an effective tool introduction
and optimal usage of QF-Test.
Details on QF-TEST AUSTRALIA
April 5, 2016
QF-Test 4.0.11 released
This release mainly adds support for Eclipse/SWT 4.6 "Neon" and
reestablishes compatibility with Java 9.
March 16, 2016
Special Webinar on April 5th: Keyword-driven testing - generic test development
Test automation with many contributors in different roles is very challenging
- in addition to often complex applications. On April 5th Martin Moser shows
here a proven approach using keyword-driven testing (scheduling, data use ...)
in conjunction with QF-Test (components recognition, synchronization ...).
The session is going to take 1.5 hours and costs 125 € per
participant. For reservations or further information please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org or +49 8171 386 48-10.
February 24, 2016
Two small but convenient QF-Test features
You may find it handy that necessary license updates now can
be activated simply via the 'Help'->'Update license...' menu
Also helpful to see are the GUI
engines/technologies that QF-Test connects with during the
SUT start sequence, which are now displayed in the QF-Test
Details license update
Details terminal output
January 28, 2016
QF-Test 4.0.10 released
This release updates AJAX toolkit support for ICEfaces version 4.1 and
PrimeFaces version 5.3 and adds automatic handling for a new WebStart
security dialog that was apparently introduced in Java version 8
January 8, 2016
New Year - New resolutions - New training
A healthy new year, thank you for your trust and loyalty over the past year
and we hope you had a relaxing Christmas season.
Do you have any resolutions for 2016? A nice one might be to increase the fun
when working with QF-Test :-). For this Martin Moser offers on 1st and 2nd
February already the opportunity by his special webinars for scripting
languages Jython and Groovy (advanced users).
The session is going to last 1.5 hours and costs 100 € per participant. For
reservations or further information please contact email@example.com or +49 8171
December 17, 2015
QF-Test 4.0.9 released
This release brings support for Firefox 43 and fixes some minor issues.
November 24, 2015
QF-Test recognizes GWT objects even in obfuscated mode
In web sites that were created with the Ajax Toolkit GWT complex elements such
as trees, tables etc. are a big challenge. Furthermore they are -
intentionally - falsified by the obfuscated mode of GWT. For this reason many
test tools have problems to recognize dynamically generated elements.
QF-Test, however, goes one level deeper here and recognizes the elements by
"getting past the obfuscation". Thus, QF-Test ensures a reliable component
recognition also for GWT.
November 10, 2015
QF-Test Training (German),
November 24-26, 2015 at QFS
Act now to secure a place in our next compact course in German language at the
QFS headquarters in Wolfratshausen near Munich - and to explore how to use
QF-Test highly efficiently. Recommendation of a course participant: "I was
fully pleased with the course. Both the training and the product (QF-Test) are
November 4, 2015
QF-Test 4.0.8 released
This release brings support for Firefox 42 and fixes a handful of
September 23, 2015
October 6th: Special webinar on web component recognition
Component recognition for web pages especially in combination with AJAX
toolkits means a particular challenge in GUI testing. By use of a so called
CustomWebResolver in QF-Test you can adapt and significantly improve recognition
for your web application.
This course is offered on October 6th by our senior trainer Martin Moser and
ist suitable for developers and advanced users interested in web testing.
The session is going to take 1.5 hours and costs 100 € per
participant. For reservations or further information please
contact firstname.lastname@example.org or +49 8171 386 48-0.
August 27, 2015
QF-Test 4.0.7 released
This release mainly brings support for Firefox 41 and Ext JS 6, but it also
includes fixes for various subtle issues in all GUI engines and is a generally
August 6, 2015
Four new QF-Test videos to watch
The introductory videos 'The Quickstart Wizard' and its variant for web
applications 'The Quickstart Wizard Web' show how to begin working with your
The two hands-on guides for handling ComponentNotFoundExceptions in simple and
more complex cases should be very helpful for beginners as well as experienced
July 16, 2015
QF-Test 4.0.6 released
QF-Test is now ready for Windows 10, except that of course Microsoft's new
browser Edge is not supported yet.
Besides the updates for Firefox versions 38.1 ESR, 39 and 40 as well as
Eclipse/SWT 4.5, which were already released as patches, this release includes
support for the AJAX toolkit RAP at version 3.0 and tests for Java FX on Mac
OS X run much better now.
July 9, 2015
QF-Test patch 4.0.5-p2 released
This patch fixes a crash of Firefox 39 on Windows, caused by changes to the
memory management shortly before the release of Firefox 39. It also fixes
handling of Firefox version 38.1 ESR and adds experimental support for Firefox
June 25, 2015
July special webinars on scripting: Get your ticket!
Optimize your use of QF-Test by scripting languages - basic course suitable
for testers and non-developers, too. Our senior trainer and consultant Martin
Moser offers opportunity in English language for Jython on July 6th and Groovy
on July 7th, both in the afternoon. German versions are offered in the morning
The sessions are going to take 1.5 hours each and cost 100 € per
participant and webinar. For reservations or further information please
contact email@example.com or +49 8171 386 48-0.
June 24, 2015
QF-Test patch 4.0.5-p1 released
This patch provides required updates for the SWT libraries in today's final
release of Eclipse 4.5 "Mars".
June 12, 2015
Selenium or QF-Test?
That is the question - at least when you are planning your automated web-GUI
testing. To support your decision process, we prepared a comparison matrix
with the main pros and cons for both tools.
A point in favor of QF-Test may be that the tool offers both developers and
testers an easy start of a comfortable, cross-browser testing requiring no
Features web testing
Video on web test complexity
May 28, 2015
QFS celebrates the 1000th QF-Test customer
Quality prevails: With pride and joy we welcome our 1000th customer, afb Application Services
AG from Munich. In terms of Quality Assurance afb, a leading pan-European full service
provider for the optimization of financing processes for banks and leasing companies, employs
QF-Test as a professional and powerful tool to automate their GUI tests.
Premium software quality is of high importance for afb. The launch of QF-Test was very
efficiently organized: in a workshop with our experts a solid framework for test automation
was created. A smooth start with QF-Test has been guaranteed and will prevent potential design
flaws, individual problems and later time-consuming maintenance.
May 12, 2015
QF-Test 4.0.5 released
Besides support for Firefox versions 38 and 39 this release improves
interaction with JavaFX, adds checks for tooltips and fixes various issues.
April 25, 2015
Are you thinking about evaluating QF-Test?
Then please read the results of recent evaluations:
After having evaluated QF-Test, I personally consider your tool to be the best on the
Kay Dörnemann, Senior Software Engineer, Accso GmbH, Darmstadt.
QF-Test's benefits are: easy to use, good documentation, excellent recognition of our Swing
components. I would definitely recommend your tool to anyone who is working in automated
Abdi Khalid, Project Analyst, Brussels Regional Informatics Centre, Brussels,
March 25, 2015
April special webinar: Get your ticket!
Troubleshooting component recognition issues will be the topic of QFS' next
two special webinars offered by our senior trainer Martin Moser on April 14,
separately for Java and Web. The sessions are going to take 1.5 hours each and
cost 100 € per participant and webinar. German versions are offered at
For reservations or further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or +49 8171 386 48-0.
March 23, 2015
QF-Test patch 4.0.4-p1 released
This patch fixes a crash of Firefox 36 and 37 on Windows during check
March 5, 2015
QF-Test 4.0.4 released
The highlights of this release are support for 64bit Firefox on Linux and the
newly added support for the AJAX framework jQuery EasyUI. Also included are
updates for Firefox 36 and 37 as well as for Eclipse/SWT 4.4 SR2.
February 6, 2015
QF-Test online compact course in March: Get your ticket!
Reserve your seat in our next webinar compact training in English on
March 2-5, 2015 (two sessions 1,5 h each per day) - and learn how to use
QF-Test most efficiently.
Training feedback of a Fortune 100 company, USA:
Thanks much for an
excellent, really outstanding training [...]. Please give your staff and your
team my thanks and appreciation for a well-honed and effective seminar.
January 29, 2015
QF-Test 4.0.3 released
This release improves support for web applications based on GWT as well as
hybrid Java FX and Swing applications, including those with a shared event
dispatch thread. It also includes updates for Firefox versions 35 and 36,
Eclipse version 4.5M4 and the recent Java updates to versions 8u31 and
January 24, 2015
Article: Testing of JavaFX GUI Components
We'd like to inform you about a recent article published on JAXenter. Wolfgang Weigend,
Senior Systems Consultant at Oracle Germany, describes the importance and benefits of GUI
tests for critical JavaFX business applications exemplarily with QF-Test.