Applies to TestComplete 14.40, last modified on May 21, 2020
The information in this topic applies to web tests that implement the default approach (rely on Name Mapping and run in local environments).
TestComplete provides ultimate support for applications running under the Adobe AIR runtime built with HTML or Flex. For these applications, you can create and run unit, functional (or user interface), regression, data-driven, and other types of tests.
The topics of this section provide detailed information on testing AIR applications with TestComplete.
In This Section
Provides general information about testing AIR applications.
Lists requirements that must be met in order for you to be able to test AIR applications.
Explains how to prepare a Flex-based AIR application for testing with TestComplete.
Explains how to prepare an HTML-based AIR application for testing with TestComplete.
Explains how to refer to the tested application’s GUI objects from tests using Name Mapping and without using Name Mapping.
Describes how TestComplete represents the internal structure of a Flex-based AIR application.
Describes support provided by TestComplete for most frequently used controls in AIR applications.
Explains how to get and set native properties of AIR objects and call native object methods in your tests.
Explains how to add an AIR application to your TestComplete project.
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Contains basic information on recording in TestComplete.
Contains general information on running tests in TestComplete.
Describes different testing types supported by TestComplete.
Contains general information on writing scripts and on supported scripting languages.
Web and RIA Testing