Video: 'CustomWebResolver in QF-Test'.
HTML is a very flexible language for describing the content of web pages. But unfortunately there are no real standards with regard to components which should be used to draw a button, a textfield or a table showing data. As a result nearly every framework implements its own way of drawing such components. This means the HTML structure (the so-called DOM tree) looks different for every web framework. In order to allow QF-Test to identify the components as buttons or data-tables etc we need some kind of dictionary. The dictionary should work as a translator for the properties of the HTML components to the QF-Test vocabulary.
QF-Test offers a generic component resolver to be configured freely, the
CustomWebResolver, allowing you to adapt the component recognition
of QF-Test without too great an effort to the specific needs of your web page.
Before starting to set up test-cases you should check the component recognition and maybe improve it. We recommend the following approach:
qfs:labelin 'Extra features'),
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