BrowserCam Remote Access Services

I have talked about how it is important to test your websites in other browsers to make sure the site looks the way you want it to. While taking screenshots is one way of seeing if your website looks right, it does not give you the chance to make sure all the features that you might have added into a site work. Examples include flash, ajax, javascript and css menus.

The only way to ultimately know if your website works in all the different platforms and browsers you need to use it on all the platforms and operating systems that there are. It can be hard to keep that many systems and operating systems around. This is where BrowserCam Remote Access comes in very useful. I recently subscribed to this service and I could not be happier. I no longer have to worry about whether or not websites are working on multiple systems and operating systems, because I can test the sites on all the versions of Windows from Windows 98 and up, Mac OS 10.3 and 10.4 and Linux.

The service allows you to use a VNC client to connect to the service and use the system to test your websites in and make sure all those little details work. Not only can you make sure the website is rendered properly in all the major browsers, but you can make sure the ajax addon like Lightbox that you added, or flash video player, or javascript are all working the way they are suppose to.

If you are serious about web development and want to make sure your websites work in all the major operating systems and web browsers give BrowserCam remote access a try. I have been very happy with it and it has already saved me a great deal of time in my testing of new features for websites.

Categories: web-design   web-programming