Content of the video: This video shows you the main window of QF-Test and a demo application meant to be tested. 0:20 The QF-Test window is divided into several areas: The toolbar at the top allows quick access to important functions such as recording and playback of tests and control of the debugger. 0:37 To the left is a tree structure for the logical structure of test cases and procedures and component information. On the right side you will see details of the currently selected node. In here the attributes can also be edited. 1:16 At the bottom is the terminal of QF-Test. This displays messages from QF-Test and the system under test. The demo application is a Java Swing application for the calculation of fictional cars and accessories.
All concepts shown are basically the same for Java Swing, Java FX, SWT, Eclipse Plugins, RCP, ULC, Java applets, Java Web Start or web applications (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), ExtGWT, ExtJS, ICEfaces, jQuery UI, jQueryEasyUI, Kendo UI, PrimeFaces, Qooxdoo, RAP, RichFaces, Vaadin and ZK.) 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.)