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New Default Selenium Driver Versions
Posted by The Sauce Labs Team in Uncategorized

Sauce Labs is always trying to stay on top of the latest Selenium releases and as part of that process we are upgrading the default version of Selenium (2.48.2), Chrome (2.48.0) & IE (2.20) Drivers for automated tests. The changes will take effect beginning Friday, October 30th. In the meantime, we recommend that you try your tests on this new version by adding the following [...]

[Webinar] What DevOps Is - and Why You Should Care
Posted by Bill McGee in Uncategorized

DevOps has become the newest buzzword. You’ve probably seen or heard the term DevOps once, twice, a thousand times. But even the biggest supporters of DevOps will admit that the concept is creating as much noise and confusion as converts. The practice of DevOps is not new, yet in the last two years it has seemingly dominated chatter within software development. But what does DevOps really [...]

Appium + Sauce Labs Bootcamp: Chapter 2, Touch Actions
Posted by Isaac Murchie in AppiumAppium ResourcesBest PracticesUncategorized

This is the second in a series of posts that discuss using Appium with Sauce Labs. In the first chapter, we covered Language Bindings. This installment discusses Touch Actions; Chapter 3, Testing Hybrid Apps & Mobile Web; and Chapter 4 is about Advanced Desired Capabilities. One aspect of mobile devices that needs to be automated in order to fully test applications, whether native, [...]

More VMs for Open Sauce!
Posted by Ken Drachnik in Open SauceUncategorized

We love open source. As open source advocates and contributors ourselves, we know it’s important to support projects that we benefit from on a regular basis. And what better way to do it than by providing the infrastructure that helps ensure new releases are fully tested? We have long teamed up with Travis-CI to provide a seamless experience across our platforms. However there was a disconnect [...]

Sauce Labs Appoints Technology Veteran Charles Ramsey as Company's First Chief Revenue Officer
Posted by Bill McGee in News & Product UpdatesUncategorized

SAN FRANCISCO, CA-  Sauce Labs, Inc., the leading cloud-based web and mobile application testing platform, today announced that it has appointed Charles Ramsey as the company's first Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). Ramsey brings more than 25 years of industry experience and insight to his role at Sauce Labs. He will be responsible for all customer-facing areas, including sales, business [...]

Cross-Browser Layout Testing With Galen Framework And Sauce Labs
Posted by Bill McGee in Uncategorized

Every web developer faces this problem once the website is implemented: cross-browser layout testing. This is a very annoying task as you have to look at your website on a lot of different browsers. We used to perform a manual check on all these browsers at the end of website development, and as a result we get some layout issues and have to find hacks to fix these deffects. But what if we [...]

Announcing Support for Mac OS X Yosemite

We've just released support for Mac OS X Yosemite on the Sauce cloud. Browsers supported include the latest two versions of Firefox and Chrome, Safari 8.0, and iOS 7.0, 7.1, and 8.0. Yosemite sees Apple bringing OS X closer to iOS, with features like Handoff to switch between devices and the ability to initiate Instant Hotspots from your iPhone. As always, we'll continue to add platform support [...]

Open Source Stories: The Selenium Project & Sauce
Posted by Bill McGee in Uncategorized

We LOVE open source. So much so that we created Open Sauce, to give open source projects the ability to test their projects for free on our cloud. And in just a year, we now have over 800 OSS projects testing on Sauce! To celebrate, we'll be exploring some of the different projects test on Sauce and what makes them awesome. Naturally, the first project we wanted to cover was The Selenium [...]

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