Applies to TestComplete 14.10, last modified on June 5, 2019

The easiest way to test your Flash and Flex applications with TestComplete is to run the tested application under the debug version of Adobe Flash Player with the FlashInjector.swf helper module preloaded. FlashInjector.swf is a helper SWF movie that is shipped along with TestComplete.

The topics of this section provide information on specifics of testing Flash and Flex applications with the debug version of Flash Player.

In This Section

Testing Flash and Flex Applications with the Debug Version of Flash Player - Overview

Provides general information about using the debug version of Adobe Flash Player to test Flash and Flex applications.

Preparing Flash and Flex Applications for Testing with the Debug Version of Flash Player

Describes general preparations you may need to do before testing your Flash or Flex application.

Limitations on Testing with the Debug Version of Flash Player

Provides information about limitations on using the debug version of Flash Player to test Flash and Flex applications.

Related Topics of Interest

Accessing Native Properties and Methods of Flash and Flex Objects

Contains information on specifics of addressing objects of Flash and Flex applications exposed by TestComplete.

Which Testing Approach to Choose

Provides information on specifics of possible approaches to testing Flash and Flex applications.

See Also

Testing Flash and Flex Applications
Testing Flash and Flex Applications - Overview
Requirements for Testing Flash and Flex Applications

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