Applies to TestComplete 14.30, last modified on November 21, 2019

One of possible techniques to enable access to internals of Flash applications is including the TestComplete FlexClient helper library in the application to be tested. The topics of this section describe how to compile your Flash or Flex application with the FlexClient library included using different IDEs. For an overview of other possible approaches to testing Flash applications with TestComplete, see the “Testing Approaches” section in the Testing Flash and Flex Applications - Overview topic.

In This Section

Preparing Flash and Flex Applications for Testing with the FlexClient Library

Describes preparations that you need to perform before testing your Flash or Flex application.

Compiling Flash and Flex Applications in Adobe Professional IDE

Explains how to include the FlexClient automated testing library in a Flash or Flex application using the Adobe Flash Professional IDE.

Compiling Flash and Flex Applications in Flash(Flex) Builder IDE

Explains how to include the FlexClient automated testing library in a Flash or Flex application using the Flash Builder or Flex Builder IDE.

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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