The medium upgrade QF-Test 5.4 adds support for testing applications based on Java 18, the embedded Chrome browser for QF-Driver has been updated to CEF version 95 and Eclipse/SWT 4.22 alias "2021-12" is now supported...
Electron applications can now be addressed via the far superior CDP-Driver connection mode, the options dialog has a search functionality and copy/paste of images is now possible for image check nodes and screenshot logs.
Several more new features and version updates are complemented by various bug fixes, some of which have a slight impact on backwards compatibility
With the newly added browser connection mode CDP-Driver (Chrome DevTools Protocol) this medium upgrade is a real game-changer for web test automation with QF-Test...
By talking directly to the browser it supports Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Opera on Windows, Linux and macOS with a performance, stability and feature set formerly only available with QF-Driver for Chrome on Windows. And that's on top of a massive performance boost of QF-Driver for Chrome with observed speed-up ranging from 10% to over 500%.
The user interface of QF-Test has been cleaned up and streamlined, using a uniform flat look with fewer lines and beautiful new icons that still maintain the existing image language and are immediately recognizable. The HTML manual and tutorial as well as report and test documentation have also received a face-lift.
The update of the Jython integration to fully support international characters is complemented by several more new features and a handful of bug fixes.
This maintenance update adds support for Java 17, Eclipse / SWT 4.20 alias "2021-06", Opera 77 as well as JxBrowser 7.16 and fixes a number of smaller bugs.
This maintenance update works around a limitation of CDP regarding text retrieval and fixes a number of smaller bugs.
Diese Wartungsversion bringt Unterstützung für Eclipse / SWT Version 4.21 bzw. "2021-09", Opera 78 und 79 sowie JxBrowser bis Version 7.19 und beseitigt einige kleinere Bugs.
The medium upgrade QF-Test 5.2 focuses on integrated testing of Java desktop applications that are displayed in a browser using the technologies Webswing or JPro...
Most notable among many version updates are updated support for Chrome 85 in QF-Driver mode on Windows as well as Groovy (3.0.6) and Jython (2.7.2) updates. The life of Mac users is made easier by the Apple notarization of QF-Test for macOS.
This maintenance update adds support for Eclipse / SWT 4.18 alias "2020-12" and for JxBrowser 7.12. It further rounds off Webswing support and fixes a number of bugs, including an issue with Jython on Linux.
This maintenance update adds support for testing applications based on Java 16 and fixes a handful of bugs.
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.
The maintenance upgrade QF-Test 5.1.1 adds support for Opera 70 and JxBrowser 7.10 and fixes a number of bugs.
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...
This maintenance release includes support for Eclipse/SWT 4.15 alias 2020-03 and fixes a few minor bugs, in particular for the new Windows engine.
QF-Test 5.0.2 is a maintenance release with a few minor version updates and a handful of bug fixes.
This medium upgrade comes with support for Java 13, OpenWebStart, Electron 6 and Opera 62...
The embedded Chrome Browser was updated to CEF version 73 as well.
This maintenance release includes support for Eclipse/SWT 4.13 alias 2019-09 and for the latest Java 13 version as well.
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.
Hightlights of this release: Support for Opera browser, Support for new Microsoft Edge browser based on Chromium, Support for SWT 4.12 alias 2019-06...
Highlights of this medium upgrade include testing of Electron applications, support for Java 12, configuration of mobile browser emulation directly in the Quickstart Wizard and Eclipse/SWT applications without instrumentation.
This version fixes a number of bugs, mostly related to SUT startup and SUT scripts.
Android Testing - test native mobile apps in emulators or real devices (mobile web apps can currently already be tested using Mobile Browser Emulation mode).
Robot Framework - using QF-Test procedures dynamically as keywords
Smart IDs - simplified test creation and component addressing.
WinUI 3 with Fluent UI
Fluent UI on the Web
Simplification of the creation of a CustomWebResolver
Full support of tests on scaled monitors
More beautiful display of QF-Test on scaled monitors
QF-Test on technical base of Java 17
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