Tested Web Applications

Applies to TestComplete 15.0, last modified on October 14, 2021
Adding web browsers to the Tested Applications collection is obsolete. Starting from version 14.0, it is no longer possible to add web browsers to the collection directly.
To launch a web browser from tests, use the Run Browser operation or the Browsers.Item(...).Run method. To launch a mobile browser emulator from tests, use the Run Virtual Browser operation or the VirtualBrowsers.Item(...).Run method.

With TestComplete, you can test web applications running in a supported web browser. The Tested Applications collection of your project can include the supported web browsers and specify their launch parameters.

This section provides information on the launch parameters you can specify for the supported web browsers added to the Tested Applications collection.

In This Section

Web Application Parameters

Describes the launch parameters you can specify for the supported web browsers.

Virtual Web Application Parameters

Describes the launch parameters you can specify for the supported mobile browser emulators.

Editing Web Application Parameters

Explains how to configure launch parameters of web browsers from tests.

Related Topics of Interest

Classic Web Testing

Explains how to test web applications in TestComplete.

Tested Web Applications

Provides information on the run modes and launch parameters you can specify for desktop applications under test.

Tested Web Applications

Provides information on the launch parameters you can specify for your mobile applications added to the Tested Applications collection.

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