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Applitools ensures a flawless digital experience

AI-powered Visual Testing

Applitools
Talia Klein Perez | Promoted Content

In today's digital world, applications are the face of the business. Validating the correctness of the user interface quickly and efficiently across all the hundreds, if not thousands, of possible combinations for each user digital touchpoint, becomes an increasingly challenging task.

To overcome these hurdles, Applitools used AI-powered computer vision algorithm technology to build fully automated large scale solutions to handle even the most dynamic web applications and web pages, and to build it in a way that doesn’t require any calibration or tuning: it just works out of the box.

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Credit: Eylon Yehiel

Applitools spent years of research and development on sophisticated algorithms that detect visual bugs and critical UI differences, and developed features that help companies pinpoint serious end-user issues.

With its unique AI image processing algorithm, which mimics the human eyes and brain, Applitools helps companies ensure that apps are rendered correctly and appear as intended across all devices, browsers, operating systems, and screen resolutions, so their customers enjoy a bug-free, flawless digital experience.

In the past, companies manually tested for UI bugs and front-end defects. This was a fine arrangement when the digital environment was limited to a desktop and a few mobile devices, but in the currently device-saturated ecosystem consisting of multiple devices, browsers, screen resolutions, and operating systems, it is impossible to utilize the same old manual testing practices.

Until Applitools, there was no robust, scalable technical solution to this testing challenge. Visual testing was limited to either manual effort, which falls short due to coverage, time, resources and human error, or very simple pixel-by-pixel testing tools that kept failing due to significant pixel and rendering irregularities.

Applitools is based in San Mateo, California with R&D offices in Tel Aviv, Israel.

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