Friday, March 20, 2020

Why Cross Browser Testing Is Important in Web Development

In World Wide Web there are various major browser like: Internet Explorer 6, 7,8 and 5.5, Safari, Opera, Firefox, Chrome etc. And the net surfers are free to use any of these above browsers for their web patrol. As the website's outlook and performance change from browser to browser, so it is very important that your website should be highly compatible with all major browsers particularly those have a big share in the marketplace. That is why for the last few years Cross Browser Testing has become a mantra to the website developers. Besides, this cross browser testing helps you to get determined some of your website codes (HTML, CSS, Javascript, JQuery, etc) are backwards compatible.

So when you developing your site you need to check and cross-check it periodically in different browser to be confirmed about your taken codes, weather your taken codes are functioning properly and giving you the expected results in different browser. So a strong necessity for cross-browser testing applications was discerned for the last few previous years. Consequently, to meet this increasing demand various tools of cross-browser compatibility testing came into marketplace.

A detailed overview of some cross-browser testing tools is given bellow: 

Adobe BrowserLab 
Adobe BrowserLab is a cross browser compatibility testing tool from Adobe is used to preview your websites in multiple browsers. It facilitates designer exact rendering of their pages on leading browsers.

BrowserShots is a best known free online multi-browser screenshot service capable of capturing screenshots of Web pages in many different browsers.

Browsera is a web-based screenshot service supports major browsers like: IE, Firefox and Safari etc. It helps in automated website layout testing, recursive website crawling, page crawling, authentication and scroll bars.

BrowserSeal is a fast, advance and easy to use cross browser testing and screenshot tool renders good capture speed supports in multiple versions of IE, Firefox, Safari, Opera and Chrome.

BrowserCam is a powerful tool adequately used by the Web developers who need to know how their Web site results in many different browsers and operating systems.

Litmus, a web-based screenshot service, is used to check accessibility of your web pages. It helps to show how your designs look on almost all platforms, across every popular web browser.