vpn – In case your computer has an active VPN (virtual private network) connection, Ghostlab is still able to function properly. However, there’s a few things to keep in mind… Make sure that the Ghostlab server is actually running on the network interface that is connected to the VPN. You can select on which network […]
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Ghostlab does not include any browsers (i.e. Safari, Chrome, etc.). However, Ghostlab is able to launch any browser that is installed on your system – either directly, or inside a Virtual Machine. When you start Ghostlab, it will create a list of installed browsers and then make them available in the “Launch in browser” menu […]
Ghostlab 2 Ghostlab 3 Yes, Ghostlab supports sites using the HTTPS protocol, i.e., you can add both http://www.apple.com and https://www.apple.com as sites in Ghostlab. By default, Ghostlab’s own server serves the content over HTTP, though. If the site you’re testing uses a client-side protocol detection and forces a redirection to HTTPS, which will result in an invalid […]
Ghostlab 3 Release History Use the in-app updater to get the latest version, or download at the Ghostlab website. Release notes for 3.1.1 (March 9, 2018) New features In the HTTP request headers in the site settings you can now add arbitrary Authorization header values, in addition to the existing HTTP Basic (username/password) authorization. Added an additional Sass […]
Are you having trouble activating your Ghostlab license? This article explains and solves the most common problems. The license key is not valid. This means that at least one of the fields Full name, Organization, or License Key was not entered exactly as provided in the license E-mail. Most often, this happens because when copying […]
You can (but don’t have to) migrate your Ghostlab 2 sites and settings to version 3 – here’s how. Windows Not much to do here…before you can install Ghostlab 3, you need to uninstall Ghostlab 2. Do so without worries, it won’t delete the sites and settings. After you have then installed Ghostlab 3 […]
Screenshots Ghostlab allows you to take screenshots of any connected device. Please note that we are not talking about native screenshots (e.g. when you do a “Print Screen” on a computer, or press the respective button combination on a mobile phone). Ghostlab uses our own forks of html2canvas and Fabric.js to obtain a visual representation of the page currently […]
Workspace The Workspace lets you define a number of local browsers, including window size and positions, that you can open with one single click. If you no longer require the windows, you can also close them with one click. For the Ghostlab 2 workspace documentation, see our legacy documentation. Accessing the Workspace Say from time to […]
A/B Testing With A/B testing, you can test websites in more than one version. Say you have a site in multiple languages, or a site that runs both in a staging and a production environment. The website should – apart from the language differences, or the technical limitations of the different server environments – behave pretty […]
We’re excited to announce that Ghostlab 3 is now available! We’ve been working on it for the past year, and are happy to present you with some features we find to be really useful. As before, Ghostlab 3 focuses on making your responsive, multi-client development and testing workflow more efficient and fun. You can simultaneously […]
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