UI.Vision Kantu is a browser extension that automates web and desktop apps on Windows, Mac and Linux. The Kantu core is open-source and guarantees Enterprise-Grade Security.
Visual Web Automation and UI Testing
Kantu's computer-vision visual UI testing commands allow you to write automated visual tests with Kantu - this makes Kantu the first and only Chrome and Firefox extension (and Selenium IDE) that has "eyes". A huge benefit of doing visual tests?is that you are not just checking one element or two elements?at a time, you’re checking a whole section or page in one visual assertion.... More Info »
The visual UI testing and browser automation commands of Kantu help web designers and developers to verify and validate the layout of websites and canvas elements. Kantu can read and recognize images and text inside canvas elements, images and videos.
Kantu can resize the browser's window in order to emulate various resolutions. This is particularly useful to test layouts on different browser resolutions, and to validate visually perfect mobile, web, and native apps.
Visual Desktop Automation for Windows, Mac and Linux
Kantu can not only see and automate everything inside the web browser. It uses the same image and text recognition technology to automate your desktop as well (Robotic Process Automation, RPA). Kantu’s eyes can read images and words on your desktop and Kantu’s hands can click, move, drag & drop and type.
Selenium IDE++ for hybrid web automation
Kantu includes standard Selenium IDE commands for general web automation, web testing, form filling & web scraping. But Kantu has a different design philosophy then the classic Selenium IDE. It is a record & replay tool for automated testing just like the classic Selenium IDE, but even more it is a "swiss army knife" for general web automation like screen scraping, automating file uploads and autofill form filling. So it has many features that the classic IDE does not (want to) have.