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Rainforest QA vs Reflect: What are the differences?

Developers describe Rainforest QA as "Front-end QA as a service". Rainforest gives you the reliability of a QA team and the speed of automation, without the hassle of managing a team or the pain of writing automated tests. On the other hand, Reflect is detailed as "Automated web regression testing without writing any code or installing any software". It is a tool that helps you test any website without writing any code or installing anything. All you need to create a test is a URL. Our cloud-based browser allows you to interact with your website just like a normal browser. Behind the scenes, it captures all of your actions and builds a repeatable test script. When you're finished, you can run that test script whenever you want within our automated platform. So, if you can use your site, you can test your site.

Rainforest QA and Reflect can be primarily classified as "Browser Testing" tools.

Some of the features offered by Rainforest QA are:

  • Infinitely Scalable, On-Demand QA Team
  • Cross Browser Testing
  • Regression, Functional, and Exploratory Testing

On the other hand, Reflect provides the following key features:

  • API
  • Automation
  • Web testing
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    What is Rainforest QA?

    Rainforest gives you the reliability of a QA team and the speed of automation, without the hassle of managing a team or the pain of writing automated tests.

    What is Reflect?

    It is a tool that helps you test any website without writing any code or installing anything. All you need to create a test is a URL. Our cloud-based browser allows you to interact with your website just like a normal browser. Behind the scenes, it captures all of your actions and builds a repeatable test script. When you're finished, you can run that test script whenever you want within our automated platform. So, if you can use your site, you can test your site.

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