Published by TWD Solutions Pte Ltd on 7 Nov 2012
"Automated cross browser compatibility testing"Multi-Browser Viewer is the first true cross-browser compatibility testing software package. Test any site by using real standalone browsers or using screenshot browser images (similar to Browsershots.org but higher reliability and quality).
Multi-Browser includes pre-packaged, virtualized standalone browsers, including IE6, IE7, IE8, and IE9 Safari, Chrome, Firefox and Opera. Each browser launches from a single executable that runs in its own virtualized sandbox, thereby maintaining its own default rendering engine and isolating the browser from the rest of your PC. All Standalone browsers come pre-installed with Adobe flash, to enable a user to test flash animations as well.
The Selenium RC integration enables users to Automate their cross and functional browser tests on a local, single machine seamlessly with no initial setup effort. Just Record, Copy and Paste the generated Selenium source code and then replay against any of the standalone browsers.
Aside from standalone browsers, Multi-Browser Viewer also has the ability to take screenshots in the widest selection of browsers across three operating systems (Mac, Windows and Linux). Loading a URL and taking a full-page screenshots. The screenshot images are then downloaded to your local machine for easy comparison. The most convenient way to do a quick, overview cross browser compatibility test of any website.
Multi-Browser Viewer also has a built-in HTML validation and auto correction feature, to help you identify any HTML errors that could be causing cross browser compatibility issues.
Requirements: .Net 4
What's new in this version: Version 4 now includes Selenium Browser Automation, Latest Standalone Browsers (Firefox 16 and Chrome 22)
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