It is a web-based visual regression testing tool with advanced features. It has extended test feature using which you can clone and reuse a test by giving new input parameters. It supports import-export options and allows you to export your projects as .zip files and a backup is also created and stored in the cloud storage space. In addition, it allows you to record visual baseline by capturing screenshots of every test steps. It delivers seamless integration with JIRA and CI. Along with this, it has collaboration support that allows multiple users to access a same test project. It supports parallel test execution and also has test scheduler feature to predefine tests at regular intervals.
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This is a cloud based platform for UI testing automation. Being an Automation Engineer, this tool is really beneficial for Web based visual regression test scenarios. It allows you identify UI elements without manual verifications. It is a very fast tool and easy to maintain. Test reusability is a part of UI regression testing and thanks to this. As this is cloud based, it enables testers to collaborate on tests via a web interface. This is also a very user friendly tool due to its simple structure.
There are two things which are actually disadvantages of this tool is that it's not browser compatible. It works on Chrome and Mozilla. IE implementation is to implemented soon. Also, test parameterization is the feature which needs to be implemented.
Automatic content verification. Very useful for a novice user. Easy to implement tests and scripts and is accessible on both servers and clouds.
Screenster, yes it's a good option for testing. It easily found the. Changes and report as an screenshot after every step. Easy to implement test and scripts. It is accessible on both servers and clouds.
They provide free trial that the good part so we can test it before any purchase.nothing to dislike but need to improve. IE browser compatibility was missing. I think they will work on that.
Used for regression testing.
The main reason our team loves Screenster is that it has automatic visual and content verification. We've been using Selenium but it's just been a pain. Takes too long to write the tests and they don't catch any of the visual regressions like wrong colors, shifted borders and broken CSS. Screenster is super easy to use and everything "just works" out of the box.
It used to be slow and UX still needs polishing, but it's getting there.
Try it out and see how you like it.
We don't want to use humans for testing. No other tool or framework guaranteed us that when tests are passing we can ship to prod. Screenster does it so we rely on it for smoke tests and most of UI tests.
Automatic verification looks really nice. Similar tools make you choose an element and verify it manually (e.g. by clicking on it) This tool basically creates objects and lets you work with a readymade solution. This is really nice because it’s a huge timesaver.
It’s bit slowish in case with some pages, but the overall speed is okay in most cases. It works for React apps, so, I think, it should work for a basic website or something built with Angular or Vue.
Automated UI testing with verification of DOM and screenshot comparison. The cool thing is that it doesn’t require knowing Selenium or other frameworks (or knowing how to to program in the first place). It WYSIWYG, and it can be used by manual testers (or, in theory, non-testers).
The strongets sides of Screenster are:
- It has easy maintenance
- Visual baseline
- Quite user-friendly
- I don't need to code my tests
- I don't need to perform manual testing
- Flexidble in use: you can run it on server or in cloud
- I would say it is a must have tool for pixel-perfect projects
- Screenster is a great tool for UI regression testing
- It has CI plugin
- Screenster saves a bunch of time of manual tester, so he/she can focus on other important things.
I like everything about this product. I see it very promising and super useful.
You can try free version and see the benefits you can get
I use it for the regression testing and for the automation of UI testing
Regarding benefits: Screenster automatically checked what was changed after the last run, so I need to look through the found differences and make the decision to approve them or not to my baseline.
So the main benefit for me here is that Screenster saves my time and catches the changes I would miss)