Where to Go Next

Applies to TestComplete 15.0, last modified on October 14, 2021

This concludes the Getting Started tutorial. We hope it helped you get acquainted with TestComplete. Now you can learn how to create tests for other types of applications, or you can learn about more advanced features and even start creating your own tests. To get more information about TestComplete and its features, please refer to TestComplete Help. Below are some help topics that may interest you:

Common

Recording in TestComplete

This section contains information on recording tests in TestComplete.

Checkpoints

This section describes various checkpoint types offered by the test engine and explains how to create checkpoints during test recording or test design.

Running Tests

This section contains information on how to run tests, how to organize batch runs (run a group of tests), how to schedule test runs and so on.

Test Log

Explains how TestComplete logs test results and describes the test log panels. This section also describes how to post messages, images and files to the log.

Handling Playback Errors

Explains how to handle errors that occur during the test run.

Working With TestComplete

Explains how to share TestComplete projects with teammates and how to integrate your TestComplete tests into the build, development and quality assurance processes adopted in your organization.

Specific for Testing Desktop Applications

Naming Objects

This section provides information on how TestComplete names processes, windows and controls.

Simulating User Actions

This section describes how to simulate mouse clicks, keystrokes and selecting menu items with TestComplete.

Working With Application Objects and Controls

This section contains topics that explain how to perform specific actions over test objects and retrieve data from them.

Advanced Tasks

Provides information about various TestComplete features that help you enhance your tests (how to handle events, how to work with ActiveX objects, files and databases, and so on).

Specific for Testing Web Applications

Classic Web Testing

Explains how to create web tests that identify web objects via properties induced by TestComplete.

Cross-Browser Testing in TestComplete

Explains how to create web tests that identify web objects via XPath expressions and CSS selectors and how to run those tests in device clouds.

Running Cross-Platform Web Tests in Parallel

Explains how to run cross-platform web tests in parallel in device clouds.

Testing Mobile Web Applications Using Emulator - Tutorial

A step-by-step tutorial for creating a sample cross-browser mobile web test.

Specific for Testing Mobile Applications

About Mobile Tests

Explains how to create tests for mobile applications with TestComplete.

Connecting to Mobile Devices and Opening Testing Sessions

Describes how to connect to mobile devices from TestComplete.

Creating and Running Mobile Tests

Provides a step-by-step instruction on creating and running automated tests on mobile devices.

Set up Appium Server

Describes how to configure a local Appium server to run mobile tests.

Getting Support

If you have questions, problems or just need help with TestComplete, contact our support team or search for answers on our newsgroups or web site. See Technical Support and Resources.

See Also

Technical Support and Resources
Getting Started With TestComplete
TestComplete Samples

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