QF-Test 7.1 available, Online Expert Day on March 4, 2024

Hello dear QF-Test users!

In our latest medium upgrade QF-Test 7.1 the display of tree nodes in test-suites and run logs has been freshened to a more condensed style that is highly configurable. Additionally, QF-Test now has a carefully tuned high contrast theme which is easier on some eyes and improves the accessibility of QF-Test.

The QF-Test UI inspector has been extended to also support Windows, Swing and embedded web applications.

For testing web applications QF-Test comes with a variety of preconfigured CustomWebResolvers. These have been extended with version 7.1 to directly support applications developed with current versions of Vaadin (14, 23 & 24+) or the Flutter web framework, or which are generally compatible with the WCAG ARIA standard.

Please see Relase Notes for details about these and many other improvements and bug fixes.

Best regards and have fun with the new version,

your QFS team

QF-Test Version 7.1

Save-the date: Events in 2024

Online Expert Day
Toolbox for stable component detection of web applications
March 4, 2024, 2 × 2,5 h, in German

After the great success of the first Expert Day, we are now relaunching it. In this online training, we will dive deeply into QF-Test and show you how to optimize the interaction with your web application. There will be time for exercises on special topics and your personal questions.

 Details, pricing and registration

QF-Test Basics: Training via Webinar
March 11–14, 2024, English
April 15–18, 2024, German
4 days, 2 × 2,5 hours each 

  • Effective and rapid knowledge transfer in small groups up to a maximum of 8 participants
  • Interaction with the trainers and asking questions are possible at any time

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Would you like a training course which is individually tailored to your company? Just send us an email to service@qfs.de.

Free special webinar
The QF-Test UI inspector in use
April 22, 2024, 15:30 CEST 

The UI inspector of QF-Test is a valuable tool to better understand the structure of the interface to be tested. In this special webinar, we will show you how you can use the UI inspector to quickly configure your CustomWebResolver, for example, and what tricks the tool also offers for Windows and Java applications. 

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We'll publish the recording (without the Q&A) afterwards. Special webinar in German: 10:30 a.m.


  • Case study: Successful start with test automation of web apps – the development team of our long-standing customer pds GmbH was particularly impressed by the seamless transition between proven testing the Java software and testing the new Flutter website with QF-Test.
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  • How Webswing is revolutionizing the Migration of Java desktop applications to the web – and with QF-Test you can ensure the correct functionality of your application at every step of the migration process.
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From our YouTube Channel

  • Quickstart Wizard Java: This updated video shows the creation of a setup sequence with QF-Test. This sequence allows to start your Java application as System under Test (SUT) from QF-Test.
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  • Highlights of QF-Test Version 7.1: This short video summarizes the highlights of the latest medium upgrade QF-Test 7.1.
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