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Video Demo: Side-by-Side Web Testing for Mobile and Desktop

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Video Demo: Side-by-Side Web Testing for Mobile and Desktop

Cross-platform testing is crucial when releasing websites that are designed to target both mobile and desktop. We have a look at how this can be achieved in this video from Perfecto and its new Continuous Quality Lab.

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Recently, we announced our next-generation Continuous Quality Lab (CQL) that allows digital teams to do side-by-side testing of mobile and desktop web browsers on real devices and against real user conditions. With half of all web traffic coming from a mobile device, more brands are moving to a responsive web design and omni-channel strategy to make sure users have a consistent experience across smartphones, tablets and desktops.

Listen to this "Perfecto Podcast" on the importance of digital quality for both technical and business teams

The aim with the enhanced CQL is to give enterprises the most complete quality lab. But what does that mean to the DevTest professional in the trenches? Well, let's get hands on with a demo.

In the video below, we show how to test a website (in this case, GEICO's website) across a desktop browser and two mobile devices, using a single test automation script, executed simultaneously. Side-by-side test reports are then generated showing test steps, videos and screen captures that allow testing teams to see exactly what happened during the test.


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Topics:
desktop ,mobile ,testing ,automated testing ,demo ,cross platform

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