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Friday, January 25, 2013

Explain QF-Test?

The QFtestJUI has been succeeded by the QF – test and was made available in the year of 2001. 

About QF-Test

- QF test was developed by the QFS or quality first software.
- It is actually a software tool for cross platform testing and automation of the GUI tests. 
- QF – test is limited to the following:
  1. Java
  2. Swing
  3. SWT
  4. Eclipse plug – in
  5. RCP applications
  6. Java applets
  7. Java web start
  8. ULC
  9. Cross browser test automation
- All of the above are applications for dynamic as well as static web based applications such as HTML, GWT, Qooxdoo, Vaadin, rich faces and so on. 
- QF – test also provides assistance with the load testing and regression testing of the web applications and supports all the UNIX systems and windows platforms.
- The first commercial use was in the field of quality assurance and is extensively used by the software testers. 
- QF–test is one of the most popular among the capture and playback tools and scripting tools. 
- It has been developed so that the testers and QA people find it very easy to use. 
- The product is quite reliable and robust and also has the ability to support system testing. 
- The QF–test is estimated to have around 600 customers all over the world. 
- It is the professional java and web applications testing tool and has a great efficiency in coping with the automated testing. 
- Modular as well as reusable tests are supported well by the QF–test in various combinations. 
- The product offers a high ROI i.e., return of investment because of its user – friendly GUI and affordable price. 
- Cross browser testing is supported by QF–test for Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer and both on the Unix and Windows platforms. 
- The dynamic UI components that have very high complexity can also be reliably recognized by the QF–test. 
- The tests developed with QF–test have the ability to tolerate any GUI changes and so they do not require any high maintenance. 
- QF–test has various in–built modularization and sequential control mechanisms that allow the testers to create sophisticated tests. 
- The test documentation and the reports produced by the QF–test are highly configurable. 
- The tool has been comprehensively documented and provides the perfect support. 
- Because of its intuitive user interface, both the testers and the software developers find it very easy to use it.
- The documentation of the tool is so extensive and consists of various things such as:
  1. Manual
  2. Tutorial
  3. Mailing list
  4. Archive and so on.
- One can obtain training regarding the QF–test on the OFS web site as webinar. 
- The modularization mechanism of the QF–test enables the testers to create large test suites in an arrangement that is concise. 
- There are some users who require a more advanced control over the application.
- The tool provides access to internal structures of the program for them via scripting languages such as java and jython and not to forget groovy. 
- Another feature called the batch mode allows a tester to run a group of tests unattended and generating reports in a number of formats such as HTML, XML and JUnit. 
- This lets the tool to be integrated in to various frame works such as maven, Jenkins and so on. 

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