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Mark nodes via colors

Colored Nodes

In order to simplify test-suite editing it is possible to assign colored marks to nodes. This feature is especially (but not only) helpful in the context of complex find and replace operations - in this case, the color markers can for example be used to indicate that a node still needs revision or that a node was edited successfully.

14. May 2019, Yann Spöri

Disabled node

Aktivierter vs. deaktivierter Knoten

In some cases it is helpful to disable nodes temporarily. Here is a short article how to do this.

03. May 2019, Yann Spöri

If you want to work in Germany, come to us

QFS (Quality First Software GmbH) is one of the best employers of the ITC industry in Germany and also in Bavaria. We are located in Leipzig and in Geretsried (that’s between Munich and the Alps at the Isar river) and have won the Great Place to Work award already two times now.

09. April 2019, Martina Schmid

Accessing sub-items of GUI components

In most cases we are dealing with more or less straight-forward GUI components,such as buttons and text fields. Nevertheless we often have to deal with morecomplex GUI components like trees, tables and lists too. These GUI components have sub-items. 

01. April 2019, Yann Spöri

How to create procedure calls

Procedure Call

Procedures (also called function or subroutine) may be used in order to solve often (re-)occurring challenges. 

 

22. February 2019, Yann Spöri

Capture & Replay

Even in early stages of development Capture & Replay offers a easy way to create tests. An early start of such regression tests and the assignment of unique names / IDs are the most important bases for efficient (due to stable recognition) test automation.

18. February 2019, Yann Spöri

Using QF-Test as Calculator

Sometimes it is necessary to perform mathematical calculations in QF-Test, e.g. in order to calculate the expected height of a GUI element in dependence of the complete window size or the exact clicking position for a mouse click.

05. February 2019, Yann Spöri

Why should you test your software?

Software bugs are annoying - for users and software manufacturers alike. The latter, however, should use bugs to continually improve the software, preferably from the beginning of development. Nevertheless, there will probably never really be flawless, right? Rather a philosophical question.

16. January 2019, Yann Spöri

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