Developers 2017-11-08T11:37:36+00:00

Four Ways Developers Use The Perfecto Platform


Code, validate, debug, repeat. Whether you’re working on new features or debugging issues, hunting for the right device and configuring environments wastes precious time.
Perfecto provides immediate, hassle-free access to the widest variety of mobile devices and web browsing environments right from your IDE so you can quickly get back to coding.
DevTunnel for Android Apps
DevTunnel for iOS Apps
DevTunnel for Web Apps



Think you’re ready to close that story or bug? About to commit a patch? Will it break the build?
What you don’t know, matters.
Perfecto helps you validate your work fast on real platforms before check-in. Easily execute tests written in Espresso, XCTest, Selenium or other test frameworks on multiple platform versions and form factors directly from your workstation.
Espresso on Real Android Devices
Selenium in the Cloud
Launch on Multiple Cloud Devices




Preventing bugs, rather than merely detecting them, requires fast and complete feedback across your entire delivery process. From unit and smoke tests on incremental and branch builds to fully automated UI regression testing on pre-release candidates, we’ve got you covered.
Perfecto offers the coverage you need executed in parallel across environments, platform capabilities, and conditions that your users experience.

Video: Jenkins project that runs a Selenium test that activates EspressoExecute command
Article: Running Espresso Tests with Jenkins




Continuous automated testing creates lots of data, but where should you focus? The right visibility over your work helps you resolve blockers quickly and release on time.
Perfecto’s reporting and analysis platform enables you to quickly understand overall quality, then instantly zoom in to problem areas and take action. Within a single interface, teams can collaborate on issues, track project quality changes over time, and quickly zoom in on issues to speed mean time to resolution.

Check out visual analytics and heatmap-style defect drilldown with Digitalzoom