Browser & OS Compatibility Testing
Do you have a specific list of browsers or operating systems that your web site needs to work on?
Benefits of this service
We can compatibility test your site against Windows, Linux and Mac operating systems and have a fairly extensive list of browsers, service packs and plugins so you don't need to do this yourself.
We are also able to test your mobile web site against our matrix of handsets and this includes our newly offered iPhone service for sites developed to work specifically against the iPhone.
- Can work within your existing development cycle
- Development teams can focus on development and we can focus on testing
- No need for full time Quality Assurance (QA) staff
- Give you an idea as to how well the site is or is not working that is impartial
- Reduces embarrassment of releasing a product with major bugs across certain browsers
- Requires human resource and budget
- Not enough time to implement all the bugs found
We aim to test the website to see how it performs on a matrix of browser and operating system (OS) combinations of your choice. We can also suggest a list of browsers and operating systems to get you started if you are not sure. A good place to start might be your own web site log files or tracking software such as WebTrends or Google Analytics.
We use dedicated machines rather than VM Ware and we wipe all of our machines and load an image using Norton Ghost with predefined settings so as to make the test results as accurate as possible.
We can deliver a report with all of our findings from the testing including screenshots and descrptions of the problems.
Need some more information?
If you would like to learn more about how we can help you with Compatibility testing then please call us or email us below and we would be happy to help out where we can.
We are ready to answer your questions right now, so please contact us by telephone on +44 (0)207 168 7526 or drop us a quick email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to help you with any questions you might have.