Every automation starts with the ability to control a device exactly as the end user would.
When your user interacts with the app on TV or Xbox, they press buttons on a remote control, use their smartphone or the Xbox controler.
With Suitest, you can do precisely the same. It talks to your TV through the infrared port of the device or through the HTTP API designed by the device manufacturer. This ensures that your app runs under conditions absolutely identical to live operation.
Check out our handy virtual remote. It‘s good to use with any device in Suitest and it‘s customizable, too.
Utilize your own devices with Suitest and get our control unit which we like to call the CandyBox.
This neat little box can seamlessly operate up to 40 TVs and set-top boxes through 40 independent infrared blasters. It is ridiculously easy to install, just plug it in, stick the blaster to the TV or set-top case and fire up our Device Wizard setup which will guide you through the process of configuring the TV or set-top box.
Sign up for a paid plan and we will give you the box for free (applicable for SUPER SWEET and THE SWEETEST plans).
SuitestDrive lets you use your local browsers and emulators for test authoring.
Simply run Suitest Drive on your computer and your local browsers will be instantly available for use with Suitest. Then you can create tests comfortably on your local machine and later automatically run them on the physical devices.
Available for Windows and macOS. Linux support coming soon!
Suitest features a one of a kind test editor which puts the ease of use above everything else. Record a basic test by simply using the app. Add various assertions using the rich visual tools to test every aspect of your app. All in plain English, absolutely no programming required!
And if you ever decide to port your app to a new platform, your tests will run there without any modification.
Suitest can run your tests in parallel on 100+ devices. All of the results are neatly organized in test runs and sorted in a timeline for future reference.
With test results like ours, it is easy to discover where the bug came from, which devices are affected, which user journeys are endangered and what was the cause of the problem.
Along with the result result other data is collected. Currently console output and network activity are available for inspection. And we are working to bring in more data such as performance overviews and screenshots.