TestComplete includes a number of features that simplify creating tests and help you improve them. This section provides detailed information on these features.
In This Section
Describes how to test applications in low-level mode.
Explains how to handle events that occur during the test run.
Provides information on using external functions in tests.
Explains how to create custom forms with TestComplete and use them in your tests.
Contains information about reading data from external files.
Describes how you can monitor performance of the tested server with TestComplete.
Describes how you can trace exceptions, freezes and events that occur in tested applications.
Contains information about Connected Applications (applications that use TestComplete to test other applications).
Contains information about Self-Testing Applications (applications that use TestComplete to test themselves).
Describes how to prepare an application for unit testing and how to configure these tests in TestComplete.
Describes TestComplete features that support distributed testing and explains how to create these tests.
Provides information on running tests on multiple operating systems.
Provides information on how to use time counters in your tests to measure your test run time and performance.
Explains how to get environment variable values in tests.
Provides information on working with sensitive information (such as passwords) in your tests.
Provides information on sending HTTP requests from your tests and handling the responses.
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Contains information on using variables in TestComplete.
Provides information on using parameters in TestComplete.
Provides information on computer-specific settings and values that may cause problems in tests run on different workstations.
Provides information on ways to improve the testing speed.