Dear QF-Test users and interested parties,

May I invite you to my latest 'special webinar'.

Access the inaccessible: How to handle complex custom components in QF-Test?

Most likely your applications go beyond standard components and include your own specific and complex special components (e.g. charts or custom tables) that need to be tested - at least that's the case for most of our customers. Hence I conceived this special webinar to show some typical examples of special components and create best practice methods for accessing their elements. These methods will allow you to work without X/Y coordinates. We will implement the ItemResolver interface and also make best possible use of the image-in-image search.

September 19, 2017, time by arrangement: Access the inaccessible: How to handle complex custom components in QF-Test?
(German version the day before)

A session (duration 1.5 hours) costs EUR 125 per participant (net). Reserve your seat via or +49 8171 38648-10.

You're welcome to bring your questions to the webinar, but please focus to those of general interest. Individual questions can be clarified subsequently to the session or at a separate schedule.

Best regards,

Martin Moser, trainer and consultant

P.S.:  This webinar series will continue on December 5, 2017:

Let QF-Test run... unattended test execution in continuous integration tools (e.g. Jenkins) or batch scripting

  • Possibilities of automated test execution
  • Automated report and run-log generation
  • Integration of QF-Test in continuous integration like Jenkins etc.
  • Sending mails after test execution
  • Interactive test execution

More details on the technology used and other information on our webinar services can be found at
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