Web designers know that it is tough to get a website to work with all browsers, and so it’s a daily procedure for web designers to test their newly designed websites with all browsers to see if things are in order. Instead of firing up different computers for different IE versions, or firing up different browsers(Firefox, Chrome, Safari) using different operating systems such as under Linux, Mac, and Vista, web designers can try one of those online services that provide the browser testing capability.
BrowserLab from Adobe is a new service that is not yet ready for everyone to use just yet, but they are accepting limited number of users to check the service out. But what is this? BrowserLab provides web designers with real time browser testing capability. This means web designers can use BrowserLab to see if their websites are working as they have intended with their targeted browsers.
Web designers can also check out Browsershots. Which one is better to use, BrowserLab or Browsershots? You can provide your answers by posting a comment. Have fun testing out BrowserLab and Browsershots!