Yes, we do!
Sr. Software Engineer, QFS
QF-Test recognizes the web toolkit automatically which your application uses. Real magic :)
Managing director QFS
Are you tired from manual web testing?
We are very happy and look forward to further automation projects with QF-Test.
Jörg Riebschläger, Test responsible KOLUMBUS, innovas GmbH, Germany
However, for web AJAX test automation engineers the situation is difficult because there's a major gap that has to be bridged: Browsers don't have any concept high-level UI elements like trees, so these have to be implemented by the toolkit creators, using the only means available: The browser's DOM. As a result, a simple UI tree gets mapped to hundreds of DOM nodes (typically DIV nodes) with an intricate structure. This mapping of high-level UI elements to DOM nodes causes an explosion of complexity that has to be addressed by test engineers.
One of the key features of QF-Test is the ability to reduce that complexity to the level of the original UI, by collapsing the complex, deeply nested hierarchy of DOM nodes back into a relatively flat structure of high-level UI components that can be addressed and manipulated easily. This ability allows testers to concentrate on the functionality they need to automate and leave handling (and hiding) the underlying complexity to QF-Test.
Reusability of test only, if the components can be refound in the modified GUI.
Requirement to the web testing tool: robust component recognition
Watch our video explaining how QF-Test helps you to reduce the complexity in web application automation testing to a minimum.
QF-Test supports completely frameworks like Angular, React and Vue.js. Also extensions for dedicated UI toolkits are integrated in QF-Test, like Smart (GWT), ExtJS, ICEfaces, jQuery UI, jQueryEasyUI, Kendo UI, PrimeFaces, Qooxdoo, RAP, RichFaces, Vaadin and ZK.
The high-level API provided by those frameworks enables developers to create applications with a pleasing and highly responsive user interface with excellent user acceptance rates quickly. This diversity is a special challenge for web AJAX test automation.
Further (e.g. SAP UI5, Siebel Open UI, Salesforce) and future web toolkits can be integrated with little effort. Near-term individual adjustments (CustomWebResolver) are possible via an optimized interface. Please ask us for our services.
Ext JS is a client-side AJAX framework available since 2007 for creation of interactive Web applications. A rich set of APIs and GUI widgets is part of Ext JS as well as support for model-view-controller (MVC) based architectures. Ext JS is developed and maintained by the US company Sencha Inc.
ICEfaces is an AJAX framework to build enterprise RIA applications. It is based on the Java Server Faces (JSF) standard, comes with a comprehensive component library and portal integration. The Canadian company IceSoft Technologies Inc. offers open source editions and commercial product editions.
PrimeFaces is an AJAX framework on the basis of Java Server Faces (JSF) and therefore allowing creation of rich user interfaces with java. Getting known since 2009, PrimeFaces provides a lightweight UI widget library with extensions and themes. PrimeTek Informatics, located in Turkey, is the company behind PrimeFaces.
Qooxdoo is an open source framework that is existing since 2009 for the development of GUI interfaces for web applications. It obtains a coherent set of individual components and an extensive toolchain. Qooxdoo is developed by 1&1 and GMX employees that's why it is supported by the web hoster 1&1.
Remote Application Platform (RAP) is an open source AJAX widget toolkit with an API equal to the Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT) and with OSGI integration. RAP applications are written in Java and therefore well known IDEs like Eclipse can be used effectively. RAP is a project of the Eclipse Foundation.
Vaadin is an open-source Rich Internet Application (RIA) framework for building modern user interfaces in server-side environment with Java. Vaadin allows developers to concentrate on getting their user interfaces done. Vaadin is closely coupled with the Google Web Toolkit. Vaadin is also the name of the finnish company.
ZK adds a comprehensive set of enterprise components and building blocks on top of the de facto standards jQuery and JSON. ZK provides developers with an event-driven model and implementation in pure Java or XML markup. Potix Corporation is the company behind this framework with offices in Taiwan and Canada.
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"After two mayor versions we abandoned Selenium due to this high maintenance effort."
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