Applies to TestComplete 14.50, last modified on August 05, 2020

On this page of the Checkpoint wizard, you specify parameters of the Web Audits checkpoint you are creating.

  1. Enter the web page URL to be verified in the URL of the page to be checked edit box.

  2. Enable required audits in the Audits to run section and specify threshold values for them:

    • Performance - The checkpoint will verify the performance of the page is being checked.

    • Accessibility - The checkpoint will verify how well the page complies with the content accessibility rules.

    • Best practices - The checkpoint will verify how well the page complies with the best practices used to improve the quality of software.

    • Search engine optimization (SEO) - The checkpoint will verify how well the page is optimized for search engine scanning.

    • Progressive web app (PWA) - The checkpoint will verify how well the page complies to best practices for Progressive web applications.

    Threshold scores for all of these audits can be specified as a number between 0 and 100.

    By default, the threshold value is 90. It indicates a well-performing web page. To learn more about threshold scores, see the the Lighthouse tool documentation.

  3. Specify the type of the device you want to emulate to check the behavior of your web page on it:

    • Desktop - The web page behavior will be checked on a desktop computer.

    • Mobile - The web page behavior will be checked on an emulated mobile device (Nexus 5X will be emulated).

To finish creating the checkpoint, click Finish. TestComplete will create your checkpoint. If you've added the checkpoint to a keyword test, TestComplete will append the Web Audits Checkpoint operation to the test. If you've created the checkpoint for script code, TestComplete will generate code for page verification.

To close the wizard and cancel the checkpoint creation, click Cancel.

See Also

About Web Audits Checkpoints
Web Audits Checkpoint Operation
Checkpoints

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