Frequently Asked Questions


Does Proof'd work with my app?

As long as the application is accessible over the internet, yes. Proof'd is technology agnostic and works with any web or cloud application.

Can I run Proof'd locally?


Does Proof'd work with React, Angular, and other SPA frameworks?

Yes. Proof'd works with all major and many not so major javascript frameworks.

Which browsers does Proof'd support?

Chrome, Firefox and Safari.

Does Proof'd support mobile device emulation?

Yes. Proof'd supports most current mobile devices. Need something we don't have? Create a custom device profile.

How do I see the results of Scans visually?

Proof'd displays the exact path taken through your app. It captures screenshots after each step. It captures a movie as it goes.

How do I create tests in Proof'd?

You don't. When Proof'd sees a View for the first time, it captures the behavior and appearance of every element on the page. If the element, or its behavior, or appearance changes, Proof'd will let you know.

What kinds of changes does Proof'd look for?

  • The addition of new elements.
  • The removal of existing elements.
  • The addition, removal, or change in an element's attributes.
  • The appearance of an element.


Does Proof'd integrate with _____?

Probably. You can start Scans from any CI tool that supports webhooks. (That would be nearly all of them.) Scan results are sent via Email, Slack, or MS Teams. You can open issues in Jira and Github with a single click. We are always interested in adding more integrations.

Can I import my Selenium tests into Proof'd?

No. If you already have a significant investment in Selenium tests and are just looking for a better frontend to Selenium, other tools may be a better fit. But next time, give us a try before making that investment.

Does Proof'd use ____ under the hood?

No. Proof'd is powered by a unique proprietary engine.

How does Proof'd know which elements I want to test?

It tests all elements automatically. Proof'd can test over 100,000 elements per second. There's no reason not to test everything.

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