TestComplete supports testing mobile applications built for running on the Android operating system. Testing these applications differs from testing desktop and Web applications. Topics of this section provide complete information about this.
In This Section
Describes basic principles of testing Android applications with TestComplete.
Contains basic information about the Android Agent.
Describes how to install and enable the TestComplete Android Agent keyboard.
Explains how to prepare the computer where TestComplete is installed, the Android device and the mobile application for testing.
Provides complete information on testing applications that were prepared for TestComplete.
Explains how to record tests for white-box Android applications.
Describes the specifics of recording tests for Android applications.
Explains how to add Android packages to the list of tested applications of your project and how to install and run the packages on a device.
Explains how to simulate various user actions like touches, swipes and so on over your Android devices.
Explains how to record and simulate multi-touch events.
Explains how to create image-based tests for testing black-box Android applications.
Provides information about possible issues when testing Android applications.
Related Topics of Interest
Provides detailed information on how to perform specific actions on Android controls.
Contains basic information on recording in TestComplete.
Contains general information on running tests in TestComplete.
Describes how to work with data of GPS and other sensors in your tests.
Contains general information on writing scripts and on supported scripting languages.
Explains how you can test Android applications containing Android WebView controls.
TestComplete includes a sample test project that illustrates testing of Android applications:
To get started with testing Android applications, go through the Testing Android Applications - Tutorial.
Testing Mobile Applications