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Cross browser and device compatibility testing

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Hello. I'm new to AEM and was wondering what Adobe offers for testing pages for cross browser compatibly? 

Adobe Labs used to be an option, but what is there now?

Thanks.

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As mentioned by Scott Brodersen,

In AEM, 

To Automate the execution of UI tests in web browsers and provide a test result. AEM provides a framework for automating tests for your AEM UI. Using the framework, you write and run UI tests directly in a web browser. The framework provides the following tools:

  • A javascript API for creating tests.
  • A Test panel in the the touch-optimized UI for running tests.
The AEM test framework uses Hobbes.js, a testing library written in Javascript. The Hobbes.js framework was developed for testing AEM as part of the development process. The framework is now available for public use for testing your AEM applications. 

 

Relevant reference articles :-

Link:- http://www.cqblueprints.com/tipsandtricks/aem-test-framework.html

Link:- http://blogs.perficient.com/delivery/blog/2015/10/19/front-end-testing-with-hobbes-js/

~kautuk

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Correct answer by
Administrator

As mentioned by Scott Brodersen,

In AEM, 

To Automate the execution of UI tests in web browsers and provide a test result. AEM provides a framework for automating tests for your AEM UI. Using the framework, you write and run UI tests directly in a web browser. The framework provides the following tools:

  • A javascript API for creating tests.
  • A Test panel in the the touch-optimized UI for running tests.
The AEM test framework uses Hobbes.js, a testing library written in Javascript. The Hobbes.js framework was developed for testing AEM as part of the development process. The framework is now available for public use for testing your AEM applications. 

 

Relevant reference articles :-

Link:- http://www.cqblueprints.com/tipsandtricks/aem-test-framework.html

Link:- http://blogs.perficient.com/delivery/blog/2015/10/19/front-end-testing-with-hobbes-js/

~kautuk