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The Quickstart Wizard Java | GUI Test Tool for Java, Web and Windows - QF-Test

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Published on May 30, 2018

QF-Test lets you easily create automated GUI tests for Java Swing, JavaFX, Eclipse / SWT / RCP, Web (AJAX, HTML, DOM) and Desktop Windows applications.
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This video shows the creation of a setup sequence with QF-Test. This sequence allows to start your application as System under Test (SUT) from QF-Test.
0:31 The Quickstart Wizard can be reached from the “Extras Menu” or the question mark "?" on the "Start recording" button. It guides you through the necessary steps to create a setup sequence.
0:55 You are asked for information like the type of your application and the place where it’s installed.
2:08 You can see a summary at the end of the Quickstart Wizard.
2:26 The result of the assistant is a setup sequence placed into the testsuite.
3:19 Playback of this sequence starts your application which connects to QF-Test as System under Test (SUT). Afterwards it can be controlled by QF-Test.

All concepts shown are basically the same for Java Swing, Java FX, SWT, Eclipse Plugins, RCP, ULC, Java applets, Java Web Start.

How to start QF-Test easily with a web application can be seen here: https://youtu.be/bgvd1jNEng4
In the Web area, beside static HTML pages, dynamic technologies such as AJAX, HTML5 and DOM in particular are a challenge for test tools. QF-Test offers an outstanding and powerful approach here also for Electron applications. QF-Test can test web pages cross-browser: Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome (also Chromium based), Edge, Opera and Safari. Headless browser versions of Chrome and Firefox. Electron Applications can be tested as well.

Desktop Windwos applications: Win32, .NET (often C#), Windows Forms, WPF, Windows Apps and C++ (often Qt).

Another feature is the testing of PDF documents.

Video recorded with QF-Test Version 4.2

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