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Error Messages on Sauce and What They Mean
Posted by Bill McGee in AppiumSauce Product InfoSoftware Development & Testing

Update: the content on this blog post is out of date. Please visit our documentation Wiki for a current list of common error messages. Ever run into an error message on Sauce you don't understand? Alex put this handy list of error messages on Sauce together. You can find the original doc here. This will soon be available for reference on Sauce's website, but in the meantime, brush up on the [...]

Re-introducing the Sauce Launcher Plugin for Google Chrome
Posted by Bill McGee in News & Product UpdatesSauce Product InfoSelenium Resources

For all of you who run manual test sessions with Sauce Labs, we've got some great news. We recently released our updated Sauce Launcher plugin for Google Chrome, with lots of improvements to help you run manual jobs more easily. Sauce Launcher makes launching a manual test as easy as clicking a button, and we think the update makes it even better. We updated the plugin's look, feel, and layout [...]

Announcing Support for Lynx in the Sauce Labs Cloud
Posted by Steven Hazel in News & Product UpdatesSauce Product InfoSelenium Resources

Today we are extremely excited to announce the initial release of an important browser platform on Sauce: the classic — but innovative — text-based browser Lynx. While Lynx is not as popular as more modern, graphical browsers like Internet Explorer 6, it has a devoted following and a compelling feature set, and we feel it's important that Sauce customers be able to test their web [...]

Share Your Live Sauce Manual Sessions for Real-Time Debugging
Posted by Bernard Kobos in News & Product UpdatesSauce Product Info

We recently added a new feature to our manual browser testing web client that we're excited about. The "Live Share" feature in Manual Sauce, our interactive testing tool, allows you to share your live browser sessions with coworkers simply by sending a link. You can collaborate using your favorite IM client to demonstrate the exact steps to reproduce a bug you've run into and interact [...]

Building a CI System Using Selenium Builder, GitHub, Travis and Sauce Labs
Posted by The Sauce Labs Team in News & Product UpdatesSauce Product InfoSoftware Development & Testing

Today I'm going to show you how you can use Selenium Builder with GitHub, Travis, and Sauce Labs to make a continuous integration solution for your website that's all on the Internet, nothing stored locally. You can either follow along with the demo video below or read on for the written tutorial. The great thing about this setup is that if you put your site code [...]

(Re)Introducing Selenium Builder: Now with Plugins and WebDriver Support
Posted by The Sauce Labs Team in News & Product UpdatesSauce Product Info

Since the first release of Selenium Builder two years ago, we've been focusing on extending its capabilities and improving the underlying code. For those not familiar, Selenium Builder is an open source tool that helps you easily build and export Selenium tests using record and playback capabilities, and then export those scripts to any programming language. After many months in the wild [...]

Announcing Selenium 2.30.0 as the New Default Version for Sauce Automated Tests
Posted by Santiago Suarez Ordoñez in Sauce Product InfoSelenium Resources

After a considerable period of investigation and bug fixing in collaboration with the Selenium project and the Legion of the Bouncy Castle, we are happy to announce we're moving to Selenium 2.30.0 as the default version in our service. You can find more details about this release in the official changelog. This transition is scheduled for Friday, March 1st. In the meantime, we advise you to try [...]

Announcing Appium on Sauce: Native & Hybrid iOS App Testing in the Cloud
Posted by Ashley Wilson in News & Product UpdatesSauce Product InfoSelenium Resources

Today we are extremely excited to announce the initial release of Appium on Sauce, a new way to automatically test your native and mobile web hybrid iOS apps in the cloud. Appium on Sauce has its roots in Appium, an open source project written in Node.js that draws from Dan Cuellar's work on iOS Auto. Appium currently supports iOS testing with Android support in the works. Using [...]

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