testcomplete and algoQA

A Quick Comparison of TestComplete & algoQA

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With the rapid advancement of technology, businesses are finding it difficult to manage the quality of their software. Unfortunately, due to the short time frame in agile development and cost considerations, testing frequently does not receive the attention it deserves. Inadequate testing results in fewer quality items, delayed delivery, dissatisfied customer experience, and expense increases. An unexpected test management approach, a delay in development, and an overestimate of the effort required to create a test case are examples of such concerns.

Without a doubt, test engineers strive to find bugs or errors before releasing the product. However, the harsh reality is that you will not be able to catch every bug! This is where the regression testing comes into the act. Regression testing takes time, but it is critical for product stability. How do we handle such situations? The solution is test automation.

To add further, Automation testing is a powerful tool for increasing the effectiveness and coverage of the testing process. It was created to shorten delivery cycles and free testers from repetitive tasks, decrease human effort, and deliver quick feedback. According to the MarketsAndMarkets report, the global Automation testing market is estimated to develop at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 19.2% from USD 20.7 billion in 2021 to USD 49.9 billion by 2026. Because of the fast adoption of modern technologies, the automation testing industry is expanding.

There are many test automation tools and frameworks available in the market today. Let’s start with algoQA, algoQA is a unified end-to-end test automation platform Covering UI Based Test Automation, API Test Automation, and Load Test Automation. algoQA covers Web Applications, Desktop Applications, Mobile Apps, Hybrid Applications, Robotic Process Automation, and Embedded Software. It is OS Independent and has multi-browser support.

algoQA is a Technology Agnostic that supports ALM and other tools, including Selenium, Appium, Squish, Cucumber, Cypress, and many more tools. Test complete is one of them, algoQA can produce scripts using TestComplete.

While algoQA can produce scripts in TestComplete and algoQA can also offer alternatives to TestComplete. In that context here is a quick comparison of algoQA and TestComplete.

algoQA vs TestComplete:

Applications Under Test:

Before selecting a Test Automation platform, it is crucial to know whether the platform is capable of testing the application that you require. TestComplete supports test automation for Web Applications, Mobile Applications, and Desktop Applications. Whereas by leveraging algoQA you can automate testing for Web Applications, Mobile Applications – Android, iOS (Native apps and mobile web apps), Desktop Applications and it also supports test automation for Hybrid Applications, Robotic Process Automation (RPA), and Embedded Software.

OS supported:

OS is also an important factor that you must have to check before investing in a test automation platform. TestComplete supports only Windows but algoQA supports multiple OS like Windows, macOS, and Linux, you can leverage algoQA in any Operating System.

Languages Supported:

For example, you need a python test script but if the platform you think to choose provides test scripts only in Java or Groovy then you have to face problems, so programming languages supported is also important. TestComplete supports JavaScript, Python, VBScript, JScript, Delphi, C++, and C#. algoQA supports the top five programming languages: JavaScript, Python, Typescript, Java, and C#.NET. By leveraging algoQA you can generate scripts from technologies of your choice. algoQA offers scripts that are non-proprietary in nature.

Browser Support:

algoQA can be leveraged in any browser, it supports multiple browsers including Chrome, IE, Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge, and headless browsers. Whereas TestComplete supports Chrome, IE, Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge, and headless browsers.


To conclude, algoQA is a Technology Agnostic that supports ALM and other tools. It includes including Selenium, Appium, Squish, Cucumber, LambdaTest, and lot more. Test complete is one of them. algoQA can produce scripts using TestComplete. It can provide scripts in technologies of your choice. algoQA can act as an extension to your current platform by utilizing any custom techniques that users may have created. With algoQA, Selenium, Appium, Squish, TestLeft, and many other tests are simplified!

algoQA provides100% test coverage & accuracy through automation. By leveraging algoQA you can save 80% test automation cycle time. It also enables businesses to keep pace with the digital economy. It also saves up to 80% on test automation and test maintenance costs. Click here to know more about algoQA.

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Written By – Vadeesh Budramane & Abhinag Reddy

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