Welcome to the Pixeleye documentation!

What is Pixeleye?

Pixeleye is an open-source, self-hostable, all-in-one visual test and review platform.

Our platform allows you to effortlessly detect, track, and review visual changes across different browsers and screen sizes. We have built Pixeleye with an emphasis on developer experience to ensure we integrate effortlessly into your pipeline whilst simultaneously speeding up development and increasing the reliability of your product.

We're transparent and fully open-source. We welcome feedback or contributions and have a public roadmap. Check out our code on github (and maybe star us 🙃).

Whether you're an individual developer or part of a larger team, Pixeleye can help you build and deliver awesome apps.

Main Features

Some of the main Pixeleye features include:

Cross-browser testingAll browsers are different. Pixeleye can take screenshots from multiple browsers giving you confidence that all users are having a constant experience
Responsive testingWebsites need to deliver a great experience for all screen sizes. Pixeleye can take screenshots from mobiles screens, ultra-wide screens (and everything else in-between)
Self-hostableWhilst we offer a top notch cloud experience, you can self-host Pixeleye completely free of charge.
Teams and permissionsGroup your projects into teams where you can control what every member can do with our roles.
VCS integrationPixeleye integrates into your vcs to provided awesome capabilities such as role-syncing, pull-request comments and many more
Diff highlightingWe have an awesome editor experience which includes highlighting the difference in screenshots via a range of easy to use methods
Community builtWe're completely open source and are therefore heavily invested in our community. We're constantly evolving Pixeleye to better meet the needs of our users


For optimal accessibility when using a screen reader while reading the docs, we recommend using Firefox and NVDA, or Safari and VoiceOver.

Join our Community

If you have questions about anything related to Pixeleye, you're always welcome to ask our community on GitHub Discussions and Twitter.

Was this page helpful?

Last modified: 3/6/2024