October 27, 2011
QF-Test version 3.4.3 released
This version mainly adds support for the upcoming Firefox versions 8 and 9.
September 29, 2011
10 Years QFS - a good reason to celebrate
In December 2001 QFS started as a one-man show. Ten years later the company successfully services more than 600 customers in 50 countries. Definitely a good cause for celebration.
September 15, 2011
QF-Test version 3.4.2 released
This maintenance version mostly fixes a number of bugs and adds support for Firefox version 7.
July 15, 2011
QF-Test version 3.4.1 released
Besides fixing a number of bugs, this version adds support for Firefox versions 5 and 6 and for Eclipse 3.7 Indigo.
June 27, 2011
QF-Test patch 3.4.0-p1 released
This patch adds support for testing Firefox version 5 and Eclipse / SWT version 3.7 Indigo.
May 26, 2011
QF-Test version 3.4.0 released
This "dot-zero" release completes the main feature set of QF-Test version 3.4.
The many new features of this version include support for restoring the last session upon restart and iteration ranges for data nodes in data drivers.
March 10, 2011
QF-Test version 3.4M2 released
QF-Test version 3.4 Milestone 2 adds support for Eclipse / SWT 3.6.2 and 3.7M5 and further improves on many of the new features introduced with version 3.4, most notably the advanced search and replace functionality and debugger integration in the workbench view.
February 3, 2011
QF-Test version 3.4M1 released
Version 3.4 Milestone 1 marks the start of the new QF-Test version 3.4 and the end of the separation into development and production versions.
The many new features in this release range from technical aspects like improved memory management to design and usability tuning like the advanced search capabilities and updated workbench view.
The new 'HTTP Request' node enables direct interaction with web servers while bypassing the browser altogether.
January 11, 2011
Skills shortage? Not here: Staff motivation at QFS
To make them come and stay - skilled employees are scarce. IHK business magazine researched what entrepreneurs can do to get good staff and establish a long-term binding to the company. QFS was a most welcome example.