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BrowseEmAll.com – Test Your Site

This new service promises “rapid cross-browser” testing, and that’s exactly what it delivers. On BrowseEmAll.com you can test any site or web app you’ve created on the latest version of all the most important web browsers currently available, and run everything straight from your local machine. You’ll be able to compare DOM and CSS styles on as many different browsers as you want, and plug-ins such as...

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TestingBot.com – Run Selenium Tests

A very practical way to test the reliability of your site, TestingBot provides you with a Selenium grid for knowing how everything would be rendered across different browsers. These Selenium tests are run on the company’s own cloud servers, and the monitoring takes place 24/7. You’ll sit back and wait for TestingBot to find anything that’s not right. When that happens, you’ll be instantly notified about it so...

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Browserling.com – Cross Browser Testing

No matter how you look at it, testing cross browser compatibility is a nuisance. You have to load the actual browser and fiddle about for hours on end. Alternatively, you can test everything in a virtualized environment. That involves using a test machine in which you load the browser, and test it out to the full. And that is the kind of service provided by Browserling. Built upon StackVM, Browserling lets you run as many virtual...

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MultiBrowserViewer.com – Browser Compatibility Tested

Cross browser testing is one of the necessary evils web developers have to face. Now that Internet Explorer 6 is officially out of the way the situation has certainly become less onerous, but headaches are never that far away for the mere reason there are too many browsers out there to be tested. This software application will let you compare and contrast no less than 16 virtualized browses and 48 screenshot variations. All these...

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BrowserShots.org – Visualize Your Site In Every Browser

If you are into web design, a site like BrowserShots can turn out to be quite useful. It is not that the service which it renders is revolutionary or anything like that, it is just that what it does is incredibly practical and (above all) time-saving in itself. Essentially, what it will let you do is see how a site would be displayed in different browsers. That spans every major OS currently available, and you will be capable of...

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