Working With Tested iOS Applications (Legacy)

Applies to TestComplete 15.64, last modified on June 12, 2024
The information below concerns legacy mobile tests that work with mobile devices connected to the local computer. For new mobile tests, we recommend using the newer cloud-compatible approach.

TestComplete supports testing mobile applications built for running on the iOS operating system. Every test project can contain a list of tested applications and their settings stored in the Tested Applications collection. You can add applications to the collection and then launch them from your tests or from the TestComplete IDE.

Topics of this section provide information on how to manage iOS applications in TestComplete.

In This Section

About Tested iOS Applications (Legacy)

Describes basic principles of testing iOS applications with TestComplete.

Adding iOS Applications to the List of Tested Applications (Legacy)

Explains how to add iOS applications to the Tested Applications collection.

Deploying iOS Applications to Devices (Legacy)

Describes how to automate installing iOS applications on the device.

Starting Tested iOS Applications (Legacy)

Provides information on how to run iOS applications in TestComplete.

Related Topics of Interest

iOS Application Parameters

Describes parameters specific to iOS applications under test.

Registering iOS Devices for Testing (Legacy)

Explains how to register an iOS device in a provisioning profile. This is needed to run tested iOS applications on this device.

Get Certificate Files (Legacy)

Explains how to export certificate files that are used to instrument iOS applications.

See Also

Testing Mobile Applications
About Tested Applications

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