As you interact with a web page Screenster records your actions. No coding, no element ids, no adding checks and assertions.
Rerun recorded test and let Screenster optimize it. Parameters are automatically extracted and self-healing selectors stored for all actions.
Approve intended changes to the baseline and update the default state of the UI. Exclude one or several UI elements from comparison
Test case automation in 5 minutes |
No browser plugins, no desktop installs, no manuals to read. Just type a URL to a Screenster server and enjoy the ride.
Automatic visual and content verification |
Screenster can intelligently detect visual and content changes. It has sophisticated algorithms that compare run results to the baseline and find new, deleted and changed content.
Self-healing tests with automatic selectors |
Screenster smart selectors automatically locate moved and changed page elements. It discovers and adjusts timeouts and uses AI to wait for the right time to move to the next step.
Run on prem or on the cloud |
You can run your tests on our cloud, or download Screenster Server and install it on-prem. It can run offline without Internet connection to the outside world.
Team portal and dashboards |
The entire team can access tests and run results online through the browser. Developers and business users can see page screenshots, input values and page states as well as overall test pass rate.
Coded Selenium tests |
|Test Development||Coded Tests|
|Self-healing tests and selector management|
|Web recorder for tests with automatic parametrization|
|Test Execution||Cloud test execution|
|Local and offline test execution|
|Parallel test execution|
|Data driven tests|
|Automatic Verification||Automatic visual and content change detection|
|Content comparison across multiple resolutions|
|Ignoring dynamic content|
|Test Maintenance||Tools to support and debug tests|
|Team portal for collaboration|
|Managing visual and content changes|
|Productivity||Time to develop a test||5 - 30 minutes||2-8 hours|
|Maintenance of 10 tests per month||3 hours||14 hours|