Ghost Inspector

Seattle, WA, USA
2014
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Regression testing is an important practice in software development. It tests to ensure your application remains stable and reliable even as changes and updates are introduced. Each new change introduces a risk of breaking existing functionalities, potentially causing shipping delays or launch postponements. Evaluating your application against a full suite of tests helps find and fix unexpected software bugs or errors.
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Quality Assurance (QA) teams must run extensive tests to ensure that a website or application performs as intended before release. However, rather than manually running these tests, which can hinder productivity, modern teams are using QA automation. By automating QA testing workflows, teams can rapidly execute these tests using standardized processes, frameworks, and software. Developers can quickly fix any errors and deliver high-quality code so that product teams can speed up release times.
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Modern development strategies require implementing a continuous integration and delivery/deployment (CI/CD) pipeline to consistently deliver high-quality software and updates. To achieve this, development teams must create a CI/CD pipeline that effectively automates and accelerates the software development lifecycle. This enables developers to build and deploy better code faster. But, to create a well-functioning CI/CD pipeline, they need to use the right CI/CD tools.
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It’s hard to know who to trust for automated testing tools. With so many options, deciding which one will fit your specific needs can be tough. That’s why we’re breaking down the top tools in the industry, their advantages and disadvantages, the tests they’re used for, their price points, and more. We’ll also share user reviews and give you our recommendations to help you find the perfect fit for your business needs.
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You’re searching for “Selenium alternatives” because, while Selenium is a popular open-source test automation tool, it has certain limitations. Its slow execution speed can be problematic when dealing with large test suites or complex applications. The basic reporting and analytics features make finding problems and testing results difficult. It also lacks a mobile app testing focus — an essential feature for most organizations.
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QA engineers and developers constantly worry that new updates will hinder the functionality of their applications. Regression testing tools prevent this and ensure that applications run smoothly after a code update. Most QA teams use automated regression testing software to save time and money while speeding up the release cycle. However, these benefits only apply when you use a web testing tool that suits your use cases.
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Cypress and Selenium are two of the most popular website testing tools. Each has advantages, so it can be tough to know which is the best fit for you. That’s why we’ve compared and contrasted the two, so you know which is best for specific use cases. As makers of our own web testing tool, we’re very familiar with what makes one work well. In this article, we’ll give you a complete, unbiased breakdown of Cypress vs Selenium.
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BrowserStack and Sauce Labs are industry-leading, cloud-based web and mobile testing platforms for developers. Both platforms offer quality features to streamline and simplify testing across browsers and devices. If you’re choosing between BrowserStack and Sauce Labs, looking at the basic features won’t cut it. You need to dig deeper and identify where the two vendors differ.
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BrowserStack is a popular web and mobile testing platform. While the cross-browser testing tool has been the go-to for Quality Assurance (QA) teams and product managers since 2011, many are now turning to other solutions to simplify and automate their testing processes. But how do you pick the right BrowserStack alternative testing tool? Do you rely on user reviews, popularity, or the most budget-friendly option?
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Picture this: you’re testing online registration forms, and you need to ensure that every input field in the form is working as expected. To do this, you build a manual test for one input field. And then another for a second. And then another for a third…and so on. Thankfully, this scenario isn’t likely to come true, and it’s all thanks to data-driven testing.
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Join us in an insightful interview with Tai Fujimura, Founder and CEO of Cantilever, a renowned web design and development consultancy serving clients like Esquire, The Bipartisan Policy Center, and The American Cancer Society. 🌐 About Cantilever: Since 2011, Cantilever has been delivering top-notch services in web design, branding, digital product design, and technical consulting. With a commitment to excellence, equity, and sustainability, Cantilever has become a trusted partner for businesses globally.
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🚀 Discover how our intuitive UI revolutionizes testing, making it accessible for non-developers. From robust tests to seamless automation, find out why Cantilever recommends Ghost Inspector to their clients.
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In this video, Emilio will guide you through how to set up your Ghost Inspector account, create tests, and take advantage of the most popular features on our platform.
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Discover how Ghost Inspector has transformed businesses. Here's what our customers are saying.
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WordPress is a powerful tool for building great websites, but all great websites need great testing too. Join our founder, Justin Klemm, as he walks us through the best practices for QA testing WordPress websites. He'll also take us on a tour of the Ghost Inspector WordPress plugin. If you're using WordPress this is a webinar you won't want to miss.
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School is in session so we think it’s a great time for a beginners’ webinar. Join our Senior Operations & Strategy Manager Renata Santillan as she guides us through creating tests with Ghost Inspector and how to use our checking email feature. This is a great webinar for first time users and anyone interested in getting started with Ghost Inspector.
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LayerCI is a continuous integration service that offers preview environments for full‑stack web apps. LayerCI can provision complete instances of your application for every branch, making it easy to run your Ghost Inspector browser tests across all of your code changes. During this 30 minute video, we will demonstrate.
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Here at Ghost Inspector even some of our power users will ask, "Am I using Ghost Inspector to its full potential?" Maybe Ghost Inspector is so easy to use that sometimes it can feel like it’s too easy? Join us for this webinar on June 24th where our founder Justin Klemm will be covering advanced use cases and best practices when it comes to getting the most out of Ghost Inspector. We’ll cover nooks and crannies of our features that you may have missed and help unlock Ghost Inspector to the max!
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May 20th, 2021 marks the 10th annual Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). According to the team at GAAD an estimate 1 billion people worldwide have disabilities, common disabilities include hearing, cognitive, visual, and motor. The web is an essential resource in many aspects of life. It's important that we provide equal access and equal opportunity to people with diverse abilities. Access to information and communications technologies (including websites and web apps) is defined as a basic human right in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
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This video discussed what assertions are and how to use them in the context of automated browser testing.

Automated Browser Testing & Monitoring. Easily build browser tests for your website or application. Monitor continously.

Ghost Inspector is an automated website testing and monitoring solution that allows you to check for bugs/issues/problems with your website or web application.

Typically, developers (or their QA team) will check for problems by manually testing the system, or by hand coding tedious tests. This is slow, costly, and often allows things to be missed. Ghost Inspector makes this much more efficient. We provide both a Chrome extension for recording tests right in your browser, as well as a test editing interface for manually building your tests.

Once tests are created, they’re stored and run in the cloud without any setup on the customer's end. Tests can be run manually, on a set schedule, or via our API. Results are stored indefinitely and notifications can be emailed to you.

Catch website bugs and regressions before they cost you.