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Ghost Inspector vs QMetry: What are the differences?

What is Ghost Inspector? Catch website bugs and regressions before they cost you. It lets you create and manage UI tests that check specific functionality in your website or application. We execute these automated browser tests continuously from the cloud and alert you if anything breaks.

What is QMetry? Designed for agile testing and DevOps teams to build, manage, and deploy quality software. It offers agile testing solutions for QA teams to automate testing. Use it to shorten software testing cycles.

Ghost Inspector can be classified as a tool in the "In-Browser Testing" category, while QMetry is grouped under "Test Management".

Some of the features offered by Ghost Inspector are:

  • Automated browser testing from the cloud
  • Chrome extension for test recording
  • GUI editor for test building and editing

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

  • TEST PLAN MANAGEMENT
  • TEST CASE ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT
  • TEST EXECUTION MANAGEMENT
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Pros of Ghost Inspector
Pros of QMetry
  • 3
    No code required
  • 3
    Runscope integration
  • 3
    Simple test editor
  • 2
    Screenshot comparison
  • 2
    Videos of every test run
  • 1
    Primarily focus on functional testing
  • 1
    Easy to use API enables remote control
  • 1
    Data-Driven testing
  • 1
    Minimal effort to migrate to another tool like Selenium
  • 1
    Partials and Variables enable fast test creation
  • 1
    30-40 in-parallel tests for cheap
  • 1
    Detailed Documentation
  • 1
    Supports end to end testing with Runscope
  • 1
    Extensive Integrations available
  • 0
    Scheduling tests
  • 0
    Licensed but cheaper compared to other tools
  • 0
    Email notification and Alerts
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    Cons of Ghost Inspector
    Cons of QMetry
    • 0
      Load & Performance testing
    • 0
      Flash Support inside browser
    • 0
      Support Cross-device testing (device, web)
    • 1
      Slow and clunky
    • 1
      Some terms and processes are confusing

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    What is Ghost Inspector?

    It lets you create and manage UI tests that check specific functionality in your website or application. We execute these automated browser tests continuously from the cloud and alert you if anything breaks.

    What is QMetry?

    It offers agile testing solutions for QA teams to automate testing. Use it to shorten software testing cycles

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    Cypress is a front end automated testing application created for the modern web. Cypress is built on a new architecture and runs in the same run-loop as the application being tested. As a result Cypress provides better, faster, and more reliable testing for anything that runs in a browser. Cypress works on any front-end framework or website.
    Jest
    Jest provides you with multiple layers on top of Jasmine.
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