Dear QF-Test users and interested parties,
Topics of this edition of our newsletter:
1. QF-Test Medium Version 5.1 Released
2. Free Special Webinar on September 28, 2020 about Component Recognition
3. New YouTube Videos and Article
4. QF-Test Training Dates - "Live" Again
5. Release Notes for QF-Test 5.1
Enjoy your summer!
Your QFS Team
The medium upgrade QF-Test 5.1 focuses on bringing support for embedded browsers - JxBrowser (including version 7), SWT Browser and JavaFX WebView, up to par with that for "normal" browsers. It also comes with support for Java 15, native Electron dialogs and customizable HTML reports. The internal JRE provided with QF-Test has been updated to Zulu OpenJDK 8_252.
Download link for QF-Test 5.1
The detailed list of differences between QF-Test version 5.0.3 to 5.1 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.
|Monday, September 28, 2020|
(German version in the morning)
14.30 - approx. 15.30 CEST:
Reserve your seat via service@ 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.
|September 29 until October 01, 2020||Leipzig||German|
|November 10-12, 2020||Wolfratshausen||German|
user.js. See subsection 20.1.4 for details.
automacmodule now provides methods for simulating keyboard and mouse events. See chapter 47 for further information.
qfs.utils.dragAndDropin the standard library
has a new optional parameter
eventDelayto control replay speed.
from com.jniwrapper import DefaultLibraryLoader
from java.io import File DefaultLibraryLoader
(File(rc.lookup("qftest", "dir.plugin") + "/qftest"))
(new File(rc.lookup("qftest", "dir.plugin") + "/qftest"))