Testing Web Applications - Tutorial

Applies to TestComplete 15.63, last modified on April 10, 2024

TestComplete supports functional testing of web applications working in Internet Explorer, Edge, Chrome, Firefox, or in a built-in WebBrowser or Chromium. TestComplete supports testing of any web application and provides enhanced support for HTML5, AJAX, ASP.NET, Flash, Flex, AIR, and Silverlight technologies.

This tutorial explains how to create a test project in TestComplete, record and play back a simple web test, and analyze the results. 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:

Introducing Automated Testing and TestComplete


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

In this tutorial


To learn how to create automated tests for web applications, you can also take a video course in our SmartBear Academy:


See Also

Classic Web Testing
About TestComplete
Getting Started With TestComplete

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