Monitor your automated tests continuously

Monitor your web app or website by running automated tests whenever you need them. Schedule your tests to run on set intervals or at specific times. Get notified instantly when your web test results are not as expected.

Schedule your tests anytime, any day

UIlicious never sleeps, you can schedule jobs to automatically test at night, on weekends, every hour. UIlicious never complains either... unless the test fails!

Pick a weekday, an hour...
Make your test run daily, weekly... You choose!

Add scripts to test in bulk,
and save time scheduling your jobs.

Select the web browsers
on which you want to run your tests.

Choose from a dozen regions,
ensure your service works around the world.

Tests on any screen resolution
to be able to detect any visual regression.

Customize your user-agent
to test dedicated user paths effortlessly.

Get notified instantly when something is broken

Receive a test report whenever a test fails in your everyday email and chat communication tools.

Email

Slack and Microsoft Teams

Webhook

Spot defects at first glance

Get an overview of your automated tests through your monitoring dashboard.

See details on the number of successful tests and errors per web browser.

Find out in just a few seconds when a test stopped working properly with your test history.

Keep it agile with CI/CD

Easily integrate UIlicious into your deployment pipeline. Trigger test runs on deployment by plugging in UIlicious into your CI/CD pipeline using the `uilicious-cli`.  You can quickly test the latest features that have been committed by your development team before they go live.

Resources to help you get started with test monitoring

Discover all the technical possibilities offered by our test monitoring function.

Find tips and Q&A on specific points related to automated test monitoring.

Ask our support team all the questions you have about UIlicious.

Move fast,
break things,
build what
people want

I.goTo("https://github.com/login")
I.fill("Email", "[email protected]")
I.fill("Password", "supersecretpassword")
I.click("Sign in")
I.see("Incorrect username or password.")

Create your own test