Two factors are involved: the number of different browser versions (currently > 500) and the number of different
Hence, scale is clearly important if you are working on
eValid can overcome a major part of that difficulty with its ability to imitate other any browser. eValid can do this when launched from a command line option, or it can do this in individual subwindows launched inside a playback script using the SetUserAgent Command. The result is a quick -- and highly scalable -- method to test a web
The behavior variations between browsers can be quite remarkable, as this Mobile Agent Demonstration Experiment shows. For these 20 different mobile device browsers it's important to note how the pages vary, and how big the variations are in the
Using eValid's device imitation feature it's possible to run full-realism, dynamic tests on 1,000's of browser variations by just putting the playback process in a loop, each repetition trying a different setting. Web application validation — an otherwise very difficult task to to with 100% thoroughness — becomes much easier because you can use a single test appliance with great scaling leverage.