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May 23, 2012, 08:53

As a company that has to test both JavaScript and visual presentation across all major browsers ... I can say that this product is worth every penny. It's absolutely *not* IE only. We maintain a set of tests for every snippet we deploy to a client site, and we use the ability to quick switch browsers on the fly to demo things for clients. Their automatic code tooling to get stack traces etc is all frosting on the cake. The only legit drawbacks here are a lack of mobile support (but the gap between mobile and real web is getting smaller everyday), and the lack of Selenium like capabilities, and a some 'polish'.

I'm sure given some time and some luck these guys will disrupt the x-browser testing marketplace.

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