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    multibrowser testing- tools available??

    Hello,
    Im testing a presales website on 4 different browsers (IE, FF, Chrome, Safari). The application mainly involves checking the urls and the look and feel of the pages.
    Are there any tools available to test the pages in multiple browsers?
    Thanks!
    -K

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    Best Regards,
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    Re: multibrowser testing- tools available??

    If you are looking for Looks and feels then you need to wait. Cause as per my knowledge, no such tool available till now

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    Re: multibrowser testing- tools available??

    Adobe Browser Lab is a good one if you're looking for manual testing tools.

    If you're looking for automated testing of look and feel, Amazon Mechanical Turk (MT) provides a good API for human intelligence tasks. You can essentially take screenshots as your run your automated tests, then send them to MT as HIT (human intelligence tasks).

    Something my previous company was experimenting with was capturing a bunch of screen caps during automation, and for each screen, create a human intelligence task asking the person to critique their impressions on the UI flow based on the generated screens to add a user impression score to the automated test results. This allowed the UI designers to optimize things like positioning of buttons and better wording the text.
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    Re: multibrowser testing- tools available??

    Wow... Amazon Mechanical Turk is really interesting logic...

    I am using Selenium RC for automation. The same script could be working on IE, FF, Safari and Chrome on PC. Also, FF, Safari, and Chrome on Mac. (Selenium 2 is webdriver, I haven't used it because it does not have PC safari driver.)

 

 

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