In collaboration with Google, CoSMo has developed an open-source testing engine, KITE, and contributed it as the official tool to automate interoperability testing for webrtc.org.
KITE stands for Karoshi Interoperability Testing Engine
Because manually testing WebRTC interop previously felt like Karoshi : “death by overwork” in Japanese.
KITE 2.0 is no longer an expert tool made for experts. It’s been redesigned with a focus on ease of use, with step by step guides for installation and set up.
CoSMo also significantly extended KITE features to enable end-to-end automated testing for WebRTC apps and full infrastructure :
Most certainly ! KITE is compatible for testing between all possible combinations of stable, beta releases for all major web browsers on all major OS for your web, Electron or native apps. It even works for iOS and Android, and to test scenarios between SIP (VoIP) and WebRTC !
Test your app across:
-Desktop and Mobile
-Web, Electron and Native apps
-Beta Browser builds
The open source version of KITE 2.0 for interoperability testing has been enhanced. It comes with more free test scripts and step by step guides to :
Open source KITE 2.0 for interop testing enables you to automate testing for Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Edge on Windows, Mac and Linux.
A testing Grid is very tedious to maintain, especially when you need to support multiple platforms. CoSMo has set up an extensive Selenium Grid to relieve you from maintaining your own. CoSMo can offer running the Grid as a Service. Contact us for more information !
Want to know more about the other features of KITE 2.0 or our other WebRTC products? Contact us via email, Intercom or schedule a call with us.