Modern Cross Browser Testing Report Indicates 18.2x Faster Test Cycles When Using Applitools' Ultrafast Test Cloud

Modern Cross Browser Testing Report Indicates 18.2x Faster Test Cycles When Using Applitools' Ultrafast Test Cloud

PR Newswire

SAN MATEO, California, Sept. 15, 2020

3,112 hours of cross browser testing data empirically proves incredible speed and coverage gains helping engineers release higher quality apps faster than ever before

SAN MATEO, California, Sept. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Applitools (https://applitools.com/), provider of a next generation test automation platform powered by Visual AI and Ultrafast Grid, today announced an industry report empirically proving that modern cross browser testing powered by Visual AI helps engineers test 18.2x faster across the full test cycle including writing, running, analyzing, reporting, and maintaining tests.

The Modern Cross Browser Testing Through Visual AI report compiles 3,125 hours of cross environment testing data based on a modern, responsive ecommerce application across 21 browser and viewport combinations. It is the most comprehensive study of its kind to date.

To download the "Modern Cross Browser Testing Through Visual AI Report" visit: https://applitools.com/modern-cross-browser-testing-report

Data for the report was sourced from 203 engineers across 75 countries who spent 3,112 hours completing the Ultrafast Cross Browser Testing Hackathon in June 2020. The data shows Applitools Ultrafast Test Cloud Powered by Visual AI allowed engineers to complete a full test cycle on a modern, responsive e-commerce application in just 1.6 hours versus 29.2 hours when using traditional cloud testing environments.

Additional highlights from the report include:

"The incredible challenges brought on by digital transformation require a modern approach to cross environment testing. Applitools Ultrafast Test Cloud combines Visual AI with container-based rendering to address them," said Gil Sever, CEO and co-founder of Applitools. "Hundreds of software engineers have shown us how Applitools Ultrafast Test Cloud is an incredible efficiency multiplier for cross browser testing. It delivers significant time and money savings while helping teams release faster than ever before. It represents the future of testing where continuous quality is key to successful digital transformation for modern engineering teams."

"Cross browser testing is ultra fast using Applitools Ultrafast Test Cloud. Bugs that I missed (and there were lots!) on different browsers and viewports were easily caught without affecting the time it takes to run my tests," said Marie Drake, Principal Test Engineer at News UK. "Functional testing frameworks automate browsers, but they are not built to catch the visual changes now incredibly common, cross environment. Applitools Ultrafast Test Cloud helps engineers succeed when doing modern cross browser testing."

Learn more about the Future of Testing with Angie Jones, Marie Drake, Microsoft Playwright, Cypress, Selenium, Twitter, Salesforce and more. Join an exclusive event for engineering leaders who own quality management: https://applitools.com/future-of-testing-us/

Data from the report was sourced from the Ultrafast Cross Browser Testing Hackathon which challenged participants to author cross browser and cross device tests against a modern, responsive, ecommerce app. The event challenged engineers to test a new release candidate across seven different browsers and three viewport sizes and ensure the new version is bug free. Participants used both their preferred legacy cloud testing solution and Applitools Ultrafast Test Cloud Powered by Visual AI integrated into their preferred test framework and desired programming language using over 50 SDKs.

Engineering leaders that participated in the study commented:

Learn more about the Applitools Ultrafast Grid and get started today: https://applitools.com/ultrafast-grid.

*Net Promoter Score ranges from +100 (high satisfaction) to -100 (low satisfaction). NPS is calculated by ignoring the passive responses and subtracting the % of detractors from the % of promoters. Products with an NPS over 50 are considered world-class while products below 0 are in decline and losing users.

About Applitools
Applitools delivers a Next Generation Test Automation Platform powered by Visual AI and Ultrafast Grid. We enable engineering teams to release high quality web and mobile apps at incredible speed at a reduced cost.

Applitools Visual AI modernizes important test automation use cases -- Functional Testing, Visual Testing, Web and Mobile UI/UX Testing, Cross Browser Testing, Responsive Web Design Testing, Cross Device Testing, PDF Testing, Accessibility Testing and Compliance Testing -- to transform the way organizations deliver innovation at the speed of CI/CD at a significantly lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).

Hundreds of companies from verticals such as Tech, Banking, Insurance, Retail, Pharma, and Publishing -- including 50 of the Fortune 100 -- use Applitools to deliver the best possible digital experiences to millions of customers on any device and browser, and across every screen size and operating system.

Applitools is headquartered in San Mateo, California, with an R&D center in Tel Aviv, Israel. For more information, please visit applitools.com.

Media Contact:
Jeremy Douglas
Catapult PR-IR
+1 303-581-7760, ext. 16
jdouglas@catapultpr-ir.com

Applitools is on a mission to help test automation, DevOps and development teams to release and monitor flawless mobile, web, and native apps in a fully automated way that enables Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment. Founded in 2013, the company uses sophisticated AI-powered image processing technology to ensure that an application appears correctly and functions properly on all mobile devices, browsers, operating systems and screen sizes. For more information, visit applitools.com.

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