Ghost Inspector is an automated website testing and monitoring solution that allows you to check for bugs/issues/problems with your website or web application.
Typically, developers (or their QA team) will check for problems by manually testing the system, or by hand coding tedious tests. This is slow, costly, and often allows things to be missed. Ghost Inspector makes this much more efficient. We provide both a Chrome extension for recording tests right in your browser, as well as a test editing interface for manually building your tests. Once tests are created, they’re stored and run in the cloud without any setup on the customer's end. Tests can be run manually, on a set schedule, or via our API. Results are stored indefinitely and notifications can be emailed to you.
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It's 2017 and "mobile first" isn't just that thing that's "nice to have" any more. It's become expected that you're going to provide a consistent experience to your end users whether they're hitting your site on their desktop, phone, heck even their watch!
We are pleased to announce today some new features available immediately via the Ghost Inspector API! You now have the ability to duplicate a test or duplicate a suite simply by calling an endpoint on our API.
Ghost Inspector has the ability to export Selenium files in the same Selenium 1 (HTML) format that it imports, as well as Selenium 2 (JSON) format. You can export a single test as a .html or .json file, or an entire suite of tests in a .zip archive. This can be done through both our API and our application.
Data-driven testing allows you to supply a set of inputs and verifiable outputs to be used within a test to quickly and easily ensure that your application performs as expected with a range of data. Ghost Inspector has a built-in option for data-driven testing that allows you to upload a CSV spreadsheet file with rows of values corresponding to variables in your test(s).