Skeptics Who Recommend Cross Browser Testing

Reviewing Past Posts In This Series

  • My first post covered the overall results. I wrote specifically about the ease of creating cross browser tests with Applitools and introduced the topics to follow.
  • My second post covered how the speed of Applitools Ultrafast Grid makes cross browser testing a reality within the application build process.
  • In the third, I explained how Applitools Visual AI tests provide much greater code stability compared with legacy cross browser tests, making the code easier to develop and maintain over time.

Methodology

  • 80 rates as ‘world class’
  • 50 rates as ‘excellent’
  • 20 rates as ‘favorable’
  • Around 0 rates as ‘neutral’
  • -10 and lower rates as ‘negative’

Asking Hackathon Participants

Few Fans Of Traditional Cross Browser Testing

Willing to Recommend Applitools Ultrafast Grid for Cross Browser Testing

  • Speed of tests — noting they could run their tests in the build process
  • Simplicity of management — no tests needed to be run and tuned across multiple plaforms
  • Simplified code management — fewer locators meant easier to set up and manage
  • More accurate — the underlying Visual AI wasn’t plagued by false positives and caught all the code errors

Implications of Recommending Cross Browser Testing

  • test speed appropriate for software build processes
  • ease of deployment
  • lack of infrastructure to manage, and
  • simplified test code management,

What These Recommendations Mean For You

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