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Sauce extension for Arquillian Drone
Posted by The Sauce Labs Team in Sauce Product InfoSoftware Development & Testing

As part of the upcoming Sauce CloudBees webinar, we are going to demonstrate running a Clickstart, which will populate a CloudBees environment with a running Java EE application that is pre-configured to run tests using Sauce. The sample project uses Arquillian, which greatly simplifies the integration testing of Java EE applications. We've created a Sauce extension for Arquillian Drone, an [...]

Now Serving up OS X 10.8 and iOS 6 in the Sauce Cloud
Posted by The Sauce Labs Team in News & Product UpdatesSauce Product Info

Mountain Lion (OS X 10.8) and the new iOS 6 have been pretty buzzy lately - but automated testing on both these platforms has been limited, if not impossible, to date. But fear no more! Sauce Labs is the first to serve up support for automated browser testing on Mountain Lion OS X 10.8 and iOS 6 platforms. To try it out in OS X 10.8, simply add the following to your existing Selenium tests: [...]

Announcing Sauce Support for Windows 8 and IE 10
Posted by alex in News & Product UpdatesSauce Product Info

Here at Sauce, we love testing. We love it so much that we made a testing service to run tests, then wrote hundreds of tests to test it (yes, that's a mouthful). But if there's one thing we love nearly as much as testing, it's watching the number of Sauce-supported OS/Browsers go up. So, this is an exciting day for us! We've ratcheted up our supported Windows versions - from Windows 7 to 8, and [...]

Introducing the Sauce Plugin for Selenium Grid
Posted by The Sauce Labs Team in News & Product UpdatesSauce Product Info

We are excited to let you know that we have released a beta version of our open source Sauce plugin for Selenium Grid! This plugin allows you to easily connect to and leverage Sauce's virtual machine capacity and extensive cross-browser platform support from any existing Selenium Grid setup, allowing you to transparently run Selenium 2 (WebDriver) tests using either your local Grid nodes or Sauce [...]

Announcing the new and improved Sauce Ruby Gem
Posted by The Sauce Labs Team in News & Product UpdatesSauce Product Info

We're pleased to announce a new release of the Sauce ruby gem! After a lot of refactoring, version 2 of the gem is a dramatic step forward for Sauce on Ruby. Here are a couple built-in features we think you'll enjoy with this 2.0 release. Baked-In Capybara Support Capybara is now a fundamental part of the gem. Capybara is a very straight-forward DSL for interacting with web pages in a [...]

Introducing Apple Sauce, Android Sauce
Posted by Jason Huggins in News & Product UpdatesSauce Product Info

Today, Sauce Labs is very happy to announce the general availability of OS X, iOS, and Android in the Sauce cloud testing services. Mobile web and desktop web developers can now use our service to run their functional tests on iOS (iPhone, iPad), Android, Safari+OS X, Firefox+OS X, Google Chrome+OS X. If you want to start using it NOW, you can stop reading and go straight to our Getting Started [...]

Testing Your Site with Mac OS, iOS, and Android
Posted by Adam Christian in News & Product UpdatesSauce Product Info

Here at Sauce Labs, we're always looking forward to the next big thing in testing. That's why we're proud to announce support for Mac OS X, iOS, and Android! If you're a developer and designing websites for mobile devices, it is increasingly important to test those sites on a mobile device. Now, you can run tests on iOS and Android in Sauce's automated and manual testing tools. To get [...]

Javascript testing in parallel with WD.js and Selenium
Posted by Mathieu Sabourin in Sauce Product InfoSelenium Resources

Like bow ties, Javascript is cool. People love it so much that they're bringing it everywhere (server, desktop UI, etc). If you do Javascript development, you probably love it for its funkiness - even if your code is pretty crazy. But that's ok, because your code base is (hopefully) extensively tested... But wouldn’t you love it if everything (tests included) were in Javascript? Ok, maybe [...]

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