Dear QF-Test users and interested parties,
It's time to move on: QF-Test 5.0 is a major step forward - not just with its new look and support for native Windows applications, but also with other enhancements that make automated testing more convenient and reliable.
After an intense period of optimizing and fine tuning the many details of Windows GUI specific challenges, the new testing functionality “now really feels as a natural part of QF‑Test” as Greg, QFS founder and technical lead, recently stated.
We all - and specifically the Windows project team members - are happy to finally release this new functionality into your hands as our valued customers. Hopefully it will serve well either as extension of existing scenarios or for initiating new testing projects.
Please let us know your thoughts and experiences, be it on the modernized look, on Windows testing or about the new 'Comment' node which was an often requested feature.
Due to our very high level of test automation QF-Test 5.0.0 should be as stable as any dot‑zero release can be - or more so ;-)
Last but not least: For licenses with four UI technologies the fifth technology is free of charge.
Topics of this edition of our newsletter:
1. Highlights of QF-Test Version 5.0
2. Free Special Webinar on March 09, 2020 about Variables in QF-Test
3. QF-Test Training Dates 2020 - also available in Leipzig now
4. Release Notes about QF-Test 5.0
Your QFS Team
Download-Link for QF-Test 5.0
For licenses with four UI technologies the fifth technology is free of charge.
The detailed list of differences between QF‑Test version 4.7.2 to 5.0 can be found in the release notes in section 4 of this newsletter or online.
Download-Link for QF-Test 4.7.2
In this release we completely re-wrote the manual chapters for web testing and especially the use of the central procedures qfs.web.ajax.installCustomWebResolver.
Also included are support for Eclipse/SWT 4.14 alias "2019-12", updates for the latest browsers like Microsoft Edge 80 or Opera 64 and 65 as well as some bug fixes.
The detailed list of differences between QF-Test version 4.7.1 to 4.7.2 can be found in the Release Notes in section 5 of this newsletter or online.
We continue our popular special webinars. The webinar is free of charge but seats are limited.
|March 09, 2020||14.30 - approx. 15.30 CET: Stay flexible – Master QF‑Test variables efficiently: global or local, dynamically generated or out of the application, from a data base or via Excel…|
The German version will take place in the morning.
Reserve your seat via webinar@ or +49 8171 38648-10. At the end of the session you will have the possibility to ask questions. qfs.de
We recommend to participate in our face-to-face QF-Test compact courses in small groups. The trainings will take place in Wolfratshausen and for the first time in Leipzig due to high interest of customers from Northern Germany.
|March 03-05, 2020||Leipzig||German|
|June 16-18, 2020||Wolfratshausen||German|
|September 22-24, 2020||Leipzig||German|
|November 10-12, 2020||Wolfratshausen||German|