Integrated Webswing testing: QF-Test as ideal solution

QF-Test brings the Java and Web testing worlds together and that is exactly what you need to test your Webswing application.

One way - testing two tchnologies: Java & Webswing
Java Tests 1:1 into the Web

The already existing Java tests, Java Swing, JavaFX, Applets or Netbeans, can run practically unmodified on Web. QF‑Test delivers the optimal support of this migration scenario.
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Power of Java Testing

QF-Test exploits the full power of the Java component recognition and uses it in the Webswing environment. The result are stable and maintainable tests.
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Partnership with Webswing

The products QF-Test and Webswing fit perfectly together. This partnership of the companies QFS and Webswing is a solid base of the support of both technologies.
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Synergies QF-Test and Webswing
Harness synergies

You already have QF-Test in action: Use your existing Java application tests for the migration with Webswing into the web and into the cloud. Alternatively you can create the Java tests first and then monitor the migration.

And if you eventually decide to migrate your application natively to the web using the Webswing Migration Framework, you can stilluse QF-Test to seamlessly test both the new and old parts of your application.

Testing Webswing Applications with QF-Test

In this eight-minute video overview, we show you how to test your WebSwing applications with our test automation tool QF-Test.

Webswing and QF-Test

Integrated testing of Webswing applications with QF-Test - Uniting two worlds

  • Webswing brings Java into the browser
  • QF-Test ensures the quality by interacting with both simultaneously

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Webswing: Java applications in the web browser

Webswing is a web server which allows you to run any Java Swing application (or JavaFX application or Applet application or Netbeans application) inside your web browser, using HTML5 exclusively.

Some time ago, we decided to transform one of our desktop Java Swing applications into a web application. (...) The difficult part was the testability of the new web solution. (...) We also knew the great customer focus the QFS team has, the responsiveness and spot-on solutions of their support to some of our seemingly wild ideas or complex problems. (...) Now we have 95% (10,000+ tests) of the existing suite of test cases for the Swing version of our software, reusable for the web version. We achieved this with very minimal rework, and it saved us a huge amount of effort for creating tests from scratch. These tests are giving us very high confidence that each new build of the web version is with the required quality.

Thank you QFS team!

Case Study Experian: Migration from Java into the Web

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Critical banking software migrated from Java Swing to the web via WebSwing: We were extremely pleasantly surprised that all existing tests could continue to be used seamlessly. The recognition of the component function is extremely reliable and stable, all IDs and recognition features remained unchanged - the tests ran "out of the box"!

Mag. FH Jürgen Macherhammer, Projektmanager

B+S Banksysteme Salzburg GmbH, Austria

Explanatory video of our partner Webswing

This video shows you how to migrate a Java application into the web.

QF-Test is the ideal solution for testing your Webswing application.