Automate your tests easily with UIlicious, so you can spend less time testing and more time improving your product.
Ensure that your website or web app looks and behaves consistently across all major browsers, like Chrome, Safari, or Firefox.
Screen resolution testing
Test your product on a range of screen resolutions, from smartphones to desktop monitors.
Verify that your website is serving localized content to your users wherever they are from.
Write tests that are easy-to-read, maintainable, and functional with UIlicious. With our intuitive language, you can transform your user stories into automated tests in seconds without any prior coding experience.
Create your own test
Use built-in functions to interact with web page elements and other tests.
UIlicious uses dynamic code analysis to understand the structure of your website based on semantic HTML and ARIA attributes.
UIlicious automatically waits for elements on the page to be visible before attempting to interact with it, so you don’t need to add explicit waits everywhere.
Easily store environment variables and secrets with UIlicious. Datasets let you quickly verify different variations of your user journeys using the same test scripts.
Instead of running each test individually, aggregate them into a single report that will allow you to quickly identify if anything went wrong without having check every single one.
“In the past, we needed 5 engineers to test over 4 days per release cycle. But with UIlicious, we just needed 1 engineer for 2 days. That’s a 10x reduction, from 160 manhours to 16 manhours per release cycle. This saves me about $67,000 in a year, and lets my engineers spend more time building features instead of testing.”
UIlicious is the best way to get your tests running faster and cheaper. It will save you time and money by empowering anyone in your team to create robust test scripts.
With UIlicious, Ernest achieved:
93%⬇ in operating expenses reduction
80%⬇ in manpower saving
50%⬇ in time-saving
Testing with @ui_licious is a breeze! Love the scripting language. Tests look almost like functional spec in English.
UIlicious is really approachable. We were using Selenium before, which only our engineers could maintain. But our non-technical testers were able to learn UIlicious really quickly.