TestingWhiz, a codeless automation testing tool facilitates fast, accurate, and flexible automation testing. The tool allows cross-browser automation testing that confirms your application works accurately on different browsers and versions. It drives and validates your application’s user interface (UI) completely independent of technology or source code, providing a simple and quick mechanism to check it under different combinations of browsers, platforms, operating systems, and their versions.
By automating cross-browser testing using TestingWhiz, you can seamlessly work around the same script and run your web and mobile application on the required browser to monitor its performance and ensure it behaves correctly before the go-to-market phase.
Cross-browser testing with TestingWhiz allows you to run all your tests in the cloud with integrations to popular platforms such as LambdaTest, Sauce Labs & BrowserStack, resulting in further lowering the total expenditure on testing.
Client-side Browser Testing
The automated cross-browser testing tool allows you to test web applications on the browsers installed/configured in your system. It ensures your application’s compatibility on different browsers at a time by recording a test case for one browser and re-running the same on other browsers without needing to re-record or re-write the script.
Cloud-based Browser Testing
TestingWhiz’s cloud-based cross-browser automated testing solution lets you check and verify the behavior of your application on browsers and operating systems other than those configured in your system. With TestingWhiz, you can test the behavior and functioning of your application without having to acquire the testing infrastructure for different browsers, operating systems, and devices.
How it work?
Easy testing of app on multiple browsers by recording the steps only once
Intuitive Test Editor to change the test scripts whenever your application demands
Exciting, fast, and error-free testing process
Reduced customer support overheads due to less application performance issues