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Apr 12, 2019 | By Jordan Kohl
Ghost Inspector is an automated browser testing tool for continously monitoring websites. Many of those websites run on WordPress. After lots of demand from our users, we've built a plugin to show your Ghost Inspector test results right inside your WordPress admin panel. The plugin enables you to display the latest test results for a single suite on the dashboard of any self-hosted WordPress installation. Keep reading to learn how to install and setup the plugin.
Mar 19, 2019 | By Justin Klemm
The Ghost Inspector team got together for our annual company off-site in Austin, TX this year. We always plan our off-site around presenting at an industry-related event. This year we were thrilled to present to the Austin Automation Professionals Meetup on the topic of headless browsers and testing at scale.
Mar 21, 2018 | By Aaron Fay
Visual Studio Team Services is a one-stop-shop for managing source code, custom packages, agile workflow, and continuous integration. Having recently released our VSTS extension for Ghost Inspector, I thought it would be a fun idea to test and deploy an app with a Microsoft toolchain, namely Visual Studio Team Services, Microsoft Azure, and Ghost Inspector using our new extension.
Nov 20, 2017 | By Aaron Fay
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! It's pretty clear by now that this "mobile trend" isn't going away any time soon, in fact the numbers show that the vast majority of users are reaching to multiple devices (phone, tablet, and desktop) to interact with your site.
Nov 7, 2017 | By Aaron Fay
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.
Jan 22, 2019 | By Ghost Inspector
Chrome and Firefox now fully support a “headless” mode to help facilitate and speed up end-to-end testing, with other browsers potentially following suit. But what are headless browsers, exactly? What are the benefits? And how can they help to scale our testing efforts?
Dec 26, 2017 | By Ghost Inspector
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.
Dec 26, 2017 | By Ghost Inspector
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).
Apr 11, 2016 | By Ghost Inspector
Ghost Inspector is an automated UI testing and monitoring service. It allows you to build or record browser tests that check specific functionality in your website or application and will alert you when things break.