CrossBrowserTesting  vs Rainforest QA

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Rainforest QA vs CrossBrowserTesting : What are the differences?

Rainforest QA: 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; CrossBrowserTesting : A cross browser testing tools for devices and real browsers. Browser testing is a method of quality assurance for web applications across multiple browsers. It's implemented to ensure a website's functionality and design and includes testing a range of devices and operating systems being used in the market and customer base.

Rainforest QA and CrossBrowserTesting 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, CrossBrowserTesting provides the following key features:

  • Live Testing
  • Automated Screenshots
  • Visual Comparisons
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    What is CrossBrowserTesting ?

    It's implemented to ensure a website's functionality and design and includes testing a range of devices and operating systems being used in the market and customer base.

    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.

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