Applies to TestComplete 14.10, last modified on June 5, 2019
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TestComplete supports testing iOS applications. Testing these applications differs from testing Web and Windows desktop applications. The following topics provide complete information about this.
In This Section
Provides basic information on testing iOS applications.
Explains how to prepare iOS applications, devices, test computers and TestComplete for testing.
Provides step-by-step information on creating a script test for an iOS application.
Describes how to record tests against iOS applications.
Describes the specifics of recording tests for iOS applications.
Describes how TestComplete names test objects of iOS applications.
Explains how to simulate user actions like touches and keystrokes on iOS applications.
Explains how to add iOS applications to the list of tested applications of your project and how to install and run the applications on a device.
Describes how to perform various tasks when creating and running iOS tests.
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Provides detailed information on how to perform specific actions on iOS controls.
Contains basic information on recording in TestComplete.
Contains general information on running tests in TestComplete.
Explains how to work with data of GPS and other sensors in your tests.
Explains how to test iOS applications that use the UIWebView or WKWebView control.
TestComplete includes a sample test project that illustrates testing of iOS applications:
To get started with testing iOS applications, go through the Testing iOS Applications - Tutorial.
Testing Mobile Applications