Learn how to do it with this example
(This is a repost, originally from my company’s blog)
Here at Equal Experts we like to have pet projects and help the community. And of course, we are also geeks at heart. So when we at EE Portugal came across the problem I’m about to explain, we had to solve it.
These are BrowserStack’s main services or tools:
- Automate: Where you run your automated Selenium tests and check the results.
- Screenshots: Paste an URL, select the browsers and version you want, and in a few minutes you get a batch of screenshots.
- Live: by connecting to their data center you are able to do exploratory testing of your web app on the environment you need without having to worry about virtual machines.
This post is part of the “Testing for Agile Teams” series.
Recently I had the requirement to test the behavior of a web application on Chrome, Firefox… and the dreaded Internet Explorer. The team already had automated end-to-end test written in Java using Selenium web driver.