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Testing Windows Desktop applications
Stable Automated GUI testing
QF-Test masters complex elements like dynamic trees and tables. The tests are tolerant to UI changes. The sophisticated recognition mechanism leads to extraordinary maintainability and low maintenance effort, the most important factor in software test automation. Thanks to the new SmartIDs, objects such as buttons or text fields are addressed even more directly and it's even possible to write tests before an application is fully developed (Test-driven development).
Creation of the automated tests without programming
You can create and replay your first tests easily via record/replay without needing any programming skills. The tests are fully editable with our low-code interface and can be modified at any point in the execution path. The test run is presented in a clear tree structure.
Daily monitoring ensures fast and high quality. From the start of the project, daily monitoring ensures the quality of the existing functionalities through automated tests. Any errors that occur are quickly detected and can be corrected in a timely and cost-effective manner - before time-consuming refactoring or delivery of the software (faster ROI).
QF-Test supports technologies in the long term and ensures stable tests and high quality for you in the long term. This makes your investment in test automation sustainable - something our many long-standing customers appreciate very much.
"Starting with a Swing application, the technology switches to JavaFx, JxBrowser and web applications were also covered effectively with QF-Test."
Tristan Himmelreich, Computer scientist
Research & Development, Janitza electronics GmbH
"QF-Test is the best automated GUI testing tool and has the best support team I ever saw."
Tibco Software Inc., USA
"For automated GUI testing Java, Eclipse and WEB applications it's the best thing since sliced bread :)"
Rocket Software, Netherlands
QF-Test offers a flexible integration with other tools and areas due to XML as primary data format and different interfaces (batch execution via command line, daemon mode, scripting, REST, standard report):
|Continuous Integration and build tools||e.g. Jenkins, GitLab CI/CD, Bamboo, Travis CI, Circle CI, TeamCity, Ant, Maven, CruiseControl|
|Virtual desktops||e.g. Citrix, VMware, VirtualBox|
QF-Test supports containerized Testing via Docker
|Version control||e.g. Git, SVN/Subversion, CVS, Mercurial|
|Test management||e.g. ALM/QualityCenter by MicroFocus/HP, TestBench by Imbus, QMetry, Klaros by Verit, TestLink, IBM Rational Quality Manager|
|JIRA||and JIRA PlugIns like TestRail, Zephyr, X-Ray, TM4J via REST|
|Data driven Testing||with Excel, CSV and all kind of data bases|
|Error tracking||e.g. JIRA, MantisBT, Bugzilla|
|Java in the browser||Webswing, JPro|
|Load and performance tests||via daemon mode or tools like NeoLoad|
|Connection to the Robot Framework||QF-Test procedures can be called as Robot Framework keywords.|
Detailed run-logs with debugger functionality in HTML and XML format for an effective error analysis including screenshots of the error situation. Automatic error handling, which grants continued execution of the whole test collecting errors in a single report. Verification points as standard checks or custom checks (via scripting).