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Using QF-Test in Continuous Integration Systems

Continuous integration QF-Test

Continuous Integration Systems (CI-Systems) support the teams at their steady work on the various sub-steps of the software development process. The main objective being the improvement of software quality.

11. July 2019, Thomas Max

News about the print(…) and println(…) module

print printin QF module

If you are working with QF-Test scripting nodes, no matter whether you prefer Jython, Groovy or JavaScript, you will come across the QF module sooner or later. This module, accessible in all script nodes and script terminals via the variable qf, holds a bunch of helper methods designed to make the life of a script programmer easier.

04. July 2019, Pascal Bihler

Mouse Events Explained - Web

QF-Test uses semi hard events as default (based on web ajax toolkit, browser and browser version, OS etc), but not all cases. There are three event types available.

06. May 2019, Plamen Vesselinov

Writing your own checkers

Check

While testing an application, one of the most important steps is to verify that the actual state of the application is correct.

16. April 2019, Yann Spöri

Password encryption

Sensitive information like passwords should be treated with care. However often tests need to fill out a login form and thus these tests require to know the password.

05. March 2019, Yann Spöri

Creating custom HTML/XML/Junit reports

Via the run-log QF-Test provides a detailed log about the actions it executed during a test run. The overall results of this run-log can be summarized in other reports like the HTML/XML/Junit report.

28. February 2019, Yann Spöri

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