UI-licious' co-founders, chief technology officer Eugene Cheah (left) and chief executive officer Shi Ling Tai (right)

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https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/From-left-to-right_-Eugene-Cheah-CTO-and-Co-Founder-and-Shi-Ling-Tai-CEO-and-Co-Founder.jpeg”alt=”UI-licious’ co-founders, chief innovation officer Eugene Cheah (left)and chief executive officer Shi Ling Tai(ideal)”width=”4455″height =”3140″ srcset=”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/From-left-to-right_-Eugene-Cheah-CTO-and-Co-Founder-and-Shi-Ling-Tai-CEO-and-Co-Founder.jpeg 4455w, https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/From-left-to-right_-Eugene-Cheah-CTO-and-Co-Founder-and-Shi-Ling-Tai-CEO-and-Co-Founder.jpeg?resize=150,106 150w, https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/From-left-to-right_-Eugene-Cheah-CTO-and-Co-Founder-and-Shi-Ling-Tai-CEO-and-Co-Founder.jpeg?resize=300,211 300w, https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/From-left-to-right_-Eugene-Cheah-CTO-and-Co-Founder-and-Shi-Ling-Tai-CEO-and-Co-Founder.jpeg?resize=768,541 768w, https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/From-left-to-right_-Eugene-Cheah-CTO-and-Co-Founder-and-Shi-Ling-Tai-CEO-and-Co-Founder.jpeg?resize=680,479 680w, https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/From-left-to-right_-Eugene-Cheah-CTO-and-Co-Founder-and-Shi-Ling-Tai-CEO-and-Co-Founder.jpeg?resize=1536,1083 1536w, https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/From-left-to-right_-Eugene-Cheah-CTO-and-Co-Founder-and-Shi-Ling-Tai-CEO-and-Co-Founder.jpeg?resize=2048,1443 2048w, https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/From-left-to-right_-Eugene-Cheah-CTO-and-Co-Founder-and-Shi-Ling-Tai-CEO-and-Co-Founder.jpeg?resize=50,35 50w “sizes= “( max-width: 4455px) 100vw, 4455px”/ > UI-licious’co-founders, chief innovation officer Eugene Cheah (left) and chief executive officer Shi Ling Tai(best)UI-licious, a Singapore-based start-up that streamlines automated user interface testing for web applications, announced today it has raised $1.5 million in pre-Series A funding. The round was led by Monk’s Hill Ventures and will be utilized to grow UI-licious’item development and marketing teams. Established in 2016 by Shi Ling Tai and Eugene Cheah, UI-licious serves companies of all sizes, and its present clients include Daimler, Jones Lang LaSalle and tech recruitment platform Glints. Tai, UI-licious ‘ceo, said that about 90 % of software groups around the world rely on manual testing, which is both pricey and lengthy. UI-licious allows users to compose test scripts in pseudocode, or a language that resembles plain English and therefore accessible to individuals with little programming experience.

A screenshot of UI-licious' test reporting feature

A screenshot of UI-licious’test reporting feature Software application teams can then arrange how often the tests run. UI-licious’exclusive wise targeting test engine supports all internet browsers and allows the exact same scripts to be run even if there are changes in a web application’s interface or underlying code. It likewise produces in-depth error reports to lower the time needed to discover and repair a bug.

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