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As mentioned before, Applitools Eyes is a service which does exactly that. No more pixel comparisons and histograms and thresholds. Applitools have proprietary algorithms which analyse the screen and determine whether a screenshot matches the baseline. And they do a very good job at it. If you really want, you can also set a "human" level for comparison, ...


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Check out this tool https://github.com/NaviNet/Robot-AppEyes - a Robot Framework library that uses a cloud based provider to perform the 'human eyes' visual verification part. The expected results / baselines are set using a Web GUI it even allows for verification of a region based on its element locator - this I found very cool! Anyone using ...


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I must not agree with that: "The most efficient tool for testing the appearance of a website is still the human eye and brain." The most efficient way to do comparison of screenshots, whether it is of web pages, or 1000's of cups falling out of a plastic mold in an hour, on some factory, or anything else is by a software/machine. For industry purposes there ...



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