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Posted on 2013-06-08
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I have asp.net/c# written application and want to QA with different browsers.
Any ideas what is the route to test them?

Thanks
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by:Dave Baldwin
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Why don't you just download the browsers to your machine?  I have IE8, Firefox, Chrome, and Opera on this machine along with the Opera Mobile emulator.  They're all free.
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What kind of QA are you looking to perform?
Visual or functionality.
For visual QA you can use http://browsershots.org/
for functional QA, you should invest in a test tool or utilize a java script test framework (that can be a big task if you don't have a solid javascript skillset).
I believe some visual studio edition are shipped with MS Test
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