Alertsite UXM

AlertSite UXM provides a unified SaaS platform for test, monitoring, and root cause analysis. As a result development, QA, operations and business teams can all work from the same data, and easily collaborate to reduce the time to find and resolve issues. Seeing a problem is one thing- the ability to see precisely where it is and show it to team members is the difference between fixing it before your customers know there is a problem and fixing it after your boss calls you.


This site can help answer the questions about where your site’s content will show up for different percentages of the world’s internet browsers.

Based on data gathered from millions of internet users, the graphics on this site will help you lay out content accordingly.

The percentages on the screen indicate the percentage of the world’s desktop Internet users that are you will cover at that viewport size (not screen resolution), taking into account window size, toolbars, and so forth.


We offer a service where website owners can run Selenium (cross-browser tests) through our cloud grid. We have several servers with different browsers and versions, to make sure your website looks and behaves the same on all browsers.

With Selenium scripts, you can continuously monitor your website for bugs and mistakes. We can run these tests for you at a specific time and interval. If a test fails, we can alert you.

IE NetRenderer

With the IE NetRenderer you can check online how your Web site in Microsoft Internet Explorer 9, 8, 7, 6 and 5.5 is shown, with a look and see the differences. Enter the URL box at the top of any web page, after a few seconds, the rendered image. This service is free.

Unlike other screenshot services , there are no waiting times excruciatingly long, because we can render many jobs in parallel and in real time. This tool is ideal for web designers, their pages on the Apple Mac or Linux development, and it spares you three PCs or virtual machines for various Microsoft browsers hold. 


Multiple IEs

Ever wanted to test your website in various versions of Internet Explorer? It is possible to run Internet Explorer in standalone mode without having to over-write previous versions thanks toJoe Maddalone who came up with a way of achieving that in November 2003. Basically, Internet Explorer is run by exploiting a known workaround to DLL hell – which was introduced in Windows 2000 and later versions – called DLL redirection.

Sauce Labs

Sauce Labs is the trusted source for Selenium-based software and services that accelerate the agile web development test process. Cofounded by the original creator of Selenium, Sauce Labs is a leader in the global Selenium community. Selenium is broadly used by web development teams at companies like Google, Amazon, Yahoo!, Microsoft, and With Sauce’s extended Selenium-based software, agile developers can be productive quickly, easily executing functional web application testing across all major browsers. Sauce supports Selenium testing on Internet Explorer (IE), Firefox, Safari, Chrome and Opera on Windows and Linux.

The company’s flagship product is Sauce OnDemand, a cloud service that allows users to execute their Selenium scripts in parallel across 10 of today’s most popular browsers. Sauce OnDemand eliminates the overhead in setting up and maintaining test environments and does so at a fraction of the cost, on a pay-per-use basis. Finally, for companies looking to gain technical suppport, patches and indemnification for their Selenium deployments, Sauce Labs offers a variety of direct support packages.

Net Mechanic

NetMechanic helps businesses increase revenue, satisfy customers and improve overall website quality. Our automated tools analyze website availability and reliability, improve page visualization, optimize search engine rankings and monitor performance.

Mission: To provide small to medium-sized business webmasters with easy, affordable self-service web tools that help them create a quality web experience for customers, as well as accessibility for search engine spiders.

Debug Bar

DebugBar V5.4.1 is an Internet Explorer plug-in that brings you new powerful features :

  • DOM Inspector: View DOM Tree and modify tags attributes and css attributes on the fly to test your page
  • HTTP Inspector: View HTTP/S request to check cookies, GET and POST parameters, view server info
  • Javascript Inspector and Javascript Console: View javascript functions for easier debugging, see Javascript and AJAX code
  • HTML Validator: Validate HTML code to correct and optimize your code and html size of your page
  • And many more features: See page cookies, get pixel color on a page, make a page screenshot…

Net Renderer

Originally primarily as a technology demonstration of our virtual file server solutions intended, we have decided to make this service available to the public. Besides the use as a proofing tool for Web designers can NetRenderer for loading times tests are used (the server has a 100 Mbps Internet connection), to test the LAN, whether an internal Web server is reachable from the outside, to the review of geo-effects (the server is in Germany).

In NetRenderer runs for each version of Internet Explorer, a separate, virtual Windows machine. Achieve the most faithful representation, we try not to force any tricks with multiple versions of IE on a common Windows platform. A proprietary C # application controls the parallel processing of rendering jobs and finally generates the screenshots. A front-end server provides for error handling, together with sets of overlay display the images and stores log files and statistical data in an SQL database. For security reasons, Java and ActiveX is blocked, JavaScript is allowed. All machines will automatically receive important updates from Microsoft, they should always be up to date.


LANDING PAGE TESTING: What if your email looks perfect, but your landing page doesn’t work in Firefox? Litmus is the only service in the world to provide cross-browser landing page and website testing in addition to your email previews.

Just tell us the website you want to test and we’ll generate previews showing how it appears in 8 different web browsers.