Applies to TestComplete 12.20, last modified on January 17, 2017
On Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 and 2012, TestComplete samples are located in the <Users>\Public\Public Documents\TestComplete 12 Samples folder.
On earlier operating systems, the samples reside in the <Documents and Settings>\All Users\Shared Documents\TestComplete 12 Samples folder.
Some file managers display the Public Documents and Shared Documents folders as Documents.
TestComplete allows you you to perform functional web testing. You can record and run automated tests for your web applications in various browsers to verify that they work correctly.
Describes basic concepts of web testing.
Basic Information and Requirements
Provides an overview of the web browsers and web application technologies supported by TestComplete.
Describes TestComplete plugins and other settings required to perform automated web testing.
Describes browser settings required to create and run automated web tests.
Creating Web Tests
Explains the basics of recording and creating automated tests for web applications.
Explains how TestComplete identifies objects in web applications and describes web object models.
Describes TestComplete automated testing support for HTML5 web elements and technologies.
Describes TestComplete automated testing support for web GUI objects.
Describes TestComplete automated testing support for applications based on Chromium Embedded Framework.
Describes TestComplete support for cross-browser testing and explains how you can run the recorded tests in different web browsers.
Describes considerations for and specifics of automated web testing.
Describes issues that may arise during automated web testing.
A collection of ready-made test scripts for various web test cases, such as checking for broken links or parsing HTML tables.
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Explains how to test web applications on real mobile devices and emulators.
Provides information about testing Flash and Flex applications running on web pages.
Provides information about testing AIR applications.
Provides information about testing Silverlight applications.
You can walk through the Testing Web Applications - Tutorial to learn the basics of creating web tests. This tutorial is recommended for novice users and for users who do not have experience in web test automation.
This is a general-purpose cross-browser test project for the sample Orders application on the SmartBear web site.
Handling Browser Dialogs
Web and RIA Testing