What is Experitest?
It allows users to create and run Appium, Selenium, XCUITest & Espresso tests against real devices and web browsers. Users can create & execute hundreds of manual or automated tests in parallel on IOS & Android devices. Users can automate their cross-browser testing, perform visual testing and access advanced analytics.
Experitest is a tool in the Testing Frameworks category of a tech stack.
Java, Ruby, C#, Espresso.js, and TestNG are some of the popular tools that integrate with Experitest. Here's a list of all 17 tools that integrate with Experitest.
Why developers like Experitest?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Experitest
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- Live mobile app testing
- Automated mobile app testing
- Live cross-browser testing
- Automated cross-browser testing
- Visual testing
- Global data centers
- Test development
- Open source compatibility
- Large scale test execution
- Integrations with CI tools
- Integrations with development and testing tools
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