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What should UI developers know about TestComplete?
We are in web application business and are using TestComplete as a testing
tool. In coming days, I have a presentation on TestComplete testing tool
and my audience are all UI or application developers. They are more interested
in finding out what/how they can structure UI/Application so that it is more
suited for TestComplete.
I read through the testcomplete-made-easy-book.pdf and google for tips, but
I wasn't able to find anything more than that TestComplete gets objects by
name. Any input and/or links for more information is greatly appreciated.
Re: What should UI developers know about TestComplete?
1 tip I would say is try to have unique static id and name attributes on each form element, link, and any object that needs interaction. If you cannot make the ID static. For example, a list of links containing dynamic elements. Then try to surround those with <span> tags that have predictable names.
<font class="small">Code:</font><hr /><pre>
<span id="link1"><a href="...">...
<span id="link2"><a href="...">...
<span id="link3"><a href="...">...
<span id="link4"><a href="...">...
Re: What should UI developers know about TestCompl
Please note that the same question (asked by the same person) was discussed in the following TestComplete newsgroup thread: