End-to-end visual + functional testing in minutes. No coding required.
Do you know the impact of code changes on your UI?
Move fast with confidence. Automatically detect visual regressions across your application UI.
With Screener, you know exactly where and what has changed, and you don't waste time testing what hasn't.
Record and Run in the Cloud
Easily automate test flows in minutes. Record and playback in real-time. No coding required.
Use the Screener Recorder to quickly and easily create your tests and automate your test flows.
And no need to setup testing infrastructure. We provide instant access to modern browsers in the cloud, so you can start testing right away.
Test Across Browsers & Devices
Does your UI look beautiful to all your users?
Save time & eye strain.
Screener automatically tests your UI across browsers, devices, and environments, spotting inconsistencies for you, and ensuring your users have the right experience no matter how they view.
Storybook Component Testing
Instantly get visual tests across your React, Vue & Angular components.
Do you use Storybook to develop your UI components?
Screener automatically pulls component states from Storybook, and uses them as visual test cases for automated visual testing; no coding required.
Visual + Functional Testing
Leverage existing Selenium/WebDriver tests. Increase test coverage.
Integrate Screener into existing Selenium WebDriver tests and CI, leveraging your investment in test automation, and increasing your test coverage by performing both visual and functional testing in the same test run.
"UI inconsistencies on responsive public sites are becoming more and more difficult to support.
Screener drastically cut our testing time, and limited rework and embarrassing UI issues from ever occurring for the end user.
In our continuous integration pipeline, it increased our throughput for regression testing by an exponential factor.
Screener has been an indispensable tool in our development and validation process, and is an absolute must for all Agile Sprint level planning and go/no-go decisions."