In early 2014 the number of mobile users accessing the internet surpassed the number of desktop users. Since then that number has been growing rapidly, leading to a consequent migration towards responsive design and UI architecture.
The Awetest Advantage
Awetest supports multiple open source technologies for automated testing of your responsive applications. Users can now build comprehensive test coverage to verify/validate design rules and UI look/feel across a plethora of device, SDK, browser, and breakpoint combinations.
Run on Real Devices
With Awetest you can execute your responsive tests on real iOS and Android phones and tablets.
All Breakpoints Tested
Don’t leave anything to chance - all breakpoints, devices, and form factors can be tested without impacting cost or timelines.
Get detailed reports with corresponding screenshots for each breakpoint, error logs, and traceability to help quickly identify the root of the issue.
Automated UI Testing
You can finally automate UI Tests such as visibility, size, spacing, padding, distance, alignment, and a lot more.
What is Responsive Design?
Responsive web design is an approach to web design aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing and interaction experience - easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling - across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones). In short: the view adapts (responds) to the form factor, screen size and device type being used.
Featured Technology: Galen
Galen is an open source framework for responsive app testing. Its a simple and scalable way to test design rules and GUI/UI for your responsive applications.
Galen Blog Post | Galen Project
Here is a quick overview showing how to run an automated responsive test through Awetest, using the open source Galen Framework.