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Is SmartBear TestComplete what you need? Learn what’s new

SmartBear introduces the latest version of its UI test automation package, TestComplete 14.4, in two webinars this week on 2 and 3 April.

Billed as “the only test automation tool you will ever need”, TestComplete 14.4 includes features for scaling testing to the cloud across devices and configurations, solves for complex controls such as tables or grids, and adds improvements to self-healing tests.

Two webinars are available, on Thursday 2 April and Friday 3 April, with SmartBear’s Jenny Lowenthal and Matt Bonner – register here.

TestComplete is an automation testing tool with a hybrid object and visual recognition engine to test desktop, web, and mobile applications with native BDD-style Gherkin syntax and script or scriptless flexibility.

“In this webinar, you’ll learn about the exciting new features in the latest TestComplete release that will enable you to expand your test coverage and increase your efficiency,” SmartBear said in its announcement.

Click here for a full list of practical use cases and a list of intelligent features.

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