What is Applitools?
Applitools delivers the next generation of test automation powered by AI assisted computer vision technology known as Visual AI. Visual AI helps Developers, Test Automation Engineers and QA professionals release high-quality web and mobile
Applitools is a tool in the In-Browser Testing category of a tech stack.
Who uses Applitools?
3 companies reportedly use Applitools in their tech stacks, including Automation Stack, Secret Escapes, and Mark43.
30 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Applitools.
GitHub, Slack, Jenkins, Jira, and Selenium are some of the popular tools that integrate with Applitools. Here's a list of all 23 tools that integrate with Applitools.
Pros of Applitools
Fast cross-browser test execution
Reduce test code & locators
Increase test coverage - finds functional & visual bugs
Augments any testing framework - easy to implement
Test against multiple browsers, viewports, and devices
AI & ML eliminate false positives (vs. pixel-based))
Visual AI is 5.8X more efficient
Visual AI is 99.9999% accurate
- Integration with functional testing tools
- Automated visual comparisons of application pages
- Validation interface
- Share bug reports with team & ticketing systems
- SDKs for common languages
Applitools Alternatives & Comparisons
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