SmartBear brings automated testing to mobile app software - Embedded.com

SmartBear brings automated testing to mobile app software

Embedded and enterprise Software test platform provider SmartBear Software has just released a new version of TestComplete wth support for automated testing of native applications for mobile phones and devices as well as mobile web applications.

TestComplete 10 includes an open, extensible platform that allows third party testing tools to be tied into the TestComplete automation framework. With these advancements, TestComplete now empowers any tester, both novice and advanced, to create, manage and run automated tests for any desktop, Web and mobile application.

“Demand in the mobile space is forcing companies to rely more heavily on developers and testers to create, deploy and maintain complex applications at an increasingly faster pace,” said Niclas Reimertz, Vice President, Product Strategy and Management at SmartBear.

He said the TestComplete Platform, included with TestComplete 10, delivers important capabilities for extensibility. With the TestComplete Platform, users can consolidate multiple testing methods and tools into one unified testing framework. For example, developers can combine manual tests, unit tests and Selenium tests into a single test case.

Additionally, when companies extend or customize application objects, they can lose the ability to automate testing of their applications. The TestComplete Platform, with its SDK, creates an easy way for partners and customers to develop extensions that support unique testing requirements.

TestComplete 10 also offers other enhancements including support for Microsoft platform technologies including Windows 8.1 as well as support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 and Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2013 as well as updated support for Embarcadero.

TestComplete Mobile is available now with Android support. TestComplete Mobile with iOS support is currently available in beta with full support later in Q1.

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