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Oct Mon

On-Premise Cross-Browser Testing

  •  10-23-2017

In this post, I would like to show a few things that you might want to know about on-premise cross-browser testing and why our tools choose this approach. Of course, you will also learn if on-premise testing is the right solution for your use case or not. I think most of you will have this […]

Jun Thu

Modern Manual and Automated Cross Browser Testing

  •  6-22-2017

In this article we will take a look at the current state of modern cross browser testing and how it is possible to leverage proven techniques to gain the most out of the limited testing time available. It is intended for web developers and testers working on small static websites and large scale modern web […]

May Tue

Creating A Cross-Platform .Net UI Application

  •  5-23-2017

For more than 3 years now our company has developed and sold a desktop application for cross-browser testing called BrowseEmAll. As we started out we developed the application using the .Net Framework which means the application was only capable of running on the Microsoft Windows platform.  As more and more web development is done on […]

Nov Thu

How To Automate Cross Browser Testing

  •  11-17-2016

Today I would like to show you a great way to automate and speed up most of your cross browser testing. But before we jump right into automation lets see when it even makes sense to use automation in your cross browser testing. When to automate? Creating automation scripts and processes takes quite a bit […]

Nov Thu

Guide To Effective Cross Browser Testing

  •  11-10-2016

In this post we will share some tactics and tools you can use to do more effective cross browser testing. What to test? Before we jump right into testing it is worth thinking about what we really need to test. Define your target browsers! Not every website or web application project needs to be tested […]

Apr Mon
Nov Wed

Is Automated Cross Browser Testing Possible?

  •  11-25-2015

Just push a button and have your website cross browser tested automatically. Doesn’t this sound nice? Today I will show you 2 different technologies to achieve exactly that! Automated Layout Testing If you first think about it automatically validating the layout of a website cross browser is not that difficult. But as always the devil is […]

Oct Wed

Is The Browser’s User Agent String Still Relevant?

  •  10-14-2015

The user agent string. Developers have been using the UA string method to detect what browser their users have for a while now. I’m here to tell you: it has to stop. In the past, its reaction to different browsers in the website code or backend did get some valuable information. But today, browsers have […]

Aug Wed

All Web Browsers Are Not Created Equal – The Importance of Cross Browser Testing

  •  8-26-2015

Nothing is worse than building a website that looks and functions perfectly in one browser, only to find that it is non-functional in another browser. This is often the case for many web developers and designers. Web browsers perform differently for various reasons. Some work for a specific operating system, some are not updated to […]

Jul Tue

Run Selenium Test In Microsoft Edge

  •  7-21-2015

On July 29th Microsoft will launch their new operating system Windows 10 which includes a completely new browser called Microsoft Edge. On Juli 23th Microsoft announced Webdriver support for Microsoft Edge but unfortunately it currently only supports a subset of all Webdriver commands. Luckily we recently added Selenium support for BrowseEmAll which as of today includes […]