Applies to TestComplete 14.71, last modified on November 24, 2020

TestComplete supports testing of 32- and 64-bit Windows desktop applications created with C++, C#, VB.NET, Java, Delphi, C++ Builder and with many other development tools.

This tutorial explains the basics of testing desktop applications (that is, applications that run on desktop computers). It assumes that you are familiar with general principles of automated testing and have minimal knowledge of the TestComplete IDE.

If you are a novice user, we recommend that you read an introduction to automated testing and a brief product overview first:

Automated Testing


You can follow this tutorial and create a test for a a desktop application only if you have an active license for the TestComplete Desktop module.

In this tutorial

The sections of this tutorial contain a description of how to create a test project in TestComplete, record and play back a simple test, and analyze the results. The test emulates user actions over the tested application and verifies some data. The verification commands are created during test recording.

See Also

About TestComplete
Getting Started With TestComplete

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