Applies to TestComplete 14.10, last modified on June 5, 2019

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

The test will emulate user actions over a web page and verify some data. Verification commands will be created during test recording.

See Also

Testing Web Applications
About TestComplete
Getting Started With TestComplete

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