Testing has increasingly become an essential part of web development over the past few years. History rooted back into the days where rendering standards diverged, different browsers may interpret a websites quite differently from one another. W3C provides a great foundation for web standards; however as we know, not every browser follows the rules completly. We dream of a day of when all browser rendering engines will render websites identically, but until that day comes, we will continue to test.
Our Testing Studio
Logic Drift's testing studios consists of 3 dedicated testing machines (Windows, Mac, and Linux), with standalone versions of browsers from Firefox 2 and up, Safari 3 and up, Internet Explorer 6 and up, as well numerous other browsers inclusive of Opera, Chrome, Shiira, and others.
Testing not only Appearance but User Interface
The industry standard for testing cross-browser compatibility is to use tools such as Browser Shots and Adobe BrowserLab. The problem with such online tools is that they limit you to testing just the appearance of a site and not the interactivity. A site could pass online testing cross browser testing tools with pixel perfection and still be unusable on the platforms it passed on.
We take our testing a step further and test not only appearance by user interface and interactivity. We have several dedicated testing machines with standalone versions of the most popular browsers. We analyze the data from current statistics to determine what platforms visit your site the most frequently and ensure functionality is up to par with those platforms.
Custom Testing Needs?
We understand your needs, and moreover we understand your customers' needs. If your target market is more likely to access your site through a certain mobile device or a certain platform we will ensure that you site renders correctly in that platform.