Browser testing 2023-07-31
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Web app end-to-end testing made automated.
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Carbonate is an AI-driven automated end-to-end testing tool that seamlessly integrates into your testing framework. It enables you to write tests in plain English directly in your preferred testing tool.

On the first run, Carbonate automatically converts these plain English tests into fixed test scripts. When your HTML changes, Carbonate generates new test scripts to adapt to the modifications.One of the key benefits of Carbonate is its ability to handle changes in the user interface (UI) without breaking the tests.

It intelligently analyzes the HTML to distinguish between changes in UI and simple rendering differences. This robustness ensures that you can tweak the UI while the behavior remains consistent, and Carbonate adapts accordingly, mimicking the behavior of a real user.Carbonate offers performance optimization by performing analysis only once.

Subsequent runs utilize a locally cached version of the test script, enhancing the overall performance. Additionally, Carbonate provides flexibility by allowing you to run the test scripts in your preferred manner and giving you the opportunity to incorporate your own code in between.The tool offers seamless integrations with PHP, Node, and Python through its provided SDKs, enabling a quick setup without requiring changes to your existing testing tools.

Carbonate is designed to accelerate development and increase stability by enabling developers and testing teams to automate testing processes, reducing manual efforts and catching more bugs.

By outsourcing the challenging aspects of testing to Carbonate, users can focus more on their core tasks while ensuring the reliability of their software.


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Carbonate was manually vetted by our editorial team and was first featured on July 31st 2023.
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Pros and Cons


Automated end-to-end testing
Integrates with testing framework
English-driven test creation
Auto conversion to test scripts
Adapts to HTML changes
UI change resistance
Distinguishes UI and rendering changes
Single analysis performance optimization
Uses locally cached test scripts
Run test scripts flexibly
Incorporate own code
SDKs for PHP, Node, Python
Requires no changes to existing tools
Automates testing processes
Reduces manual efforts
Increases bug detection
Frees users for core tasks
Handles dynamically rendered pages
Scripts commitable alongside code
Regenerates scripts if HTML changes
Test creation by non-developers
Accelerates development
Boosts stability
Increases testing team efficiency


Only supports PHP, Node, Python
Requires coding knowledge for integration
Dependent on HTML semantic meaning
Initial runs slower due to analysis
Limited to existing setup adaptation
Doesn't support dynamically rendered pages
Inflexibility with test script generation
Possibility of excessive cache data
SDK does not support all platforms
Limited browser compatibility


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