iOSDesktop Object

Applies to TestComplete 14.72, last modified on December 24, 2020

Description

The iOSDesktop object provides information on the display of the connected iOS device. To get the object in tests, use the Mobile.Device.Desktop property.

The iOSDesktop object has the following properties and methods:

Properties
Property Description
Height Returns the height of the display in pixels. Integer.
Width Returns the width of the display in pixels. Integer.
Methods
Method Description
GetOrientation Returns the current orientation of the device's screen.
Picture Returns the specified rectangular area of the screen as an image.
SetOrientation Sets the current orientation of the device's screen.

Example

The following code gets the iOSDesktop object and posts the value of its properties to the test log:

JavaScript, JScript

function GetDeskInfo()
{
  var DeskObj = Mobile.Device("iOSDevice").Desktop;
  Log.Message("Width: " + DeskObj.Width);
  Log.Message("Height: " + DeskObj.Height);
}

Python

def GetDeskInfo():
   DeskObj = Mobile.Device("iOSDevice").Desktop
   Log.Message("Width: " + VarToStr(DeskObj.Width))
   Log.Message("Height: " + VarToStr(DeskObj.Height))

VBScript

Sub GetDeskInfo
  Set DeskObj = Mobile.Device("iOSDevice").Desktop
  Log.Message("Width: " & VarToStr(DeskObj.Width))
  Log.Message("Height: " & VarToStr(DeskObj.Height))
End Sub

DelphiScript

procedure GetDeskInfo();
var DeskObj;
begin
   DeskObj := Mobile.Device('iOSDevice').Desktop;
   Log.Message('Width: ' + VarToStr(DeskObj.Width));
   Log.Message('Height: ' + VarToStr(DeskObj.Height));
end;

C++Script, C#Script

function GetDeskInfo()
{
  var DeskObj = Mobile["Device"]("iOSDevice")["Desktop"];
  Log["Message"]("Width: " + DeskObj["Width"]);
  Log["Message"]("Height: " + DeskObj["Height"]);
}

See Also

Testing iOS Applications
Desktop Property
AndroidDesktop Object
Desktop Object

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