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What We Learned On The Way To Our Billionth Test
Posted by Rebecca Cramer in News & Product UpdatesSoftware Development & Testing

After 1,000,000,000+ total tests since our inception, we've learned a thing or two about automated testing and its value.  By itself, the growth we've seen over our history tells us that automated testing is growing ever more critical to our customers. We've learned a lot about what our customers need from us. Based on a recent customer survey, we know customers are struggling with how long [...]

Getting Started With Visual Regression Testing Using Intern and Sauce Labs
Posted by Dylan Schiemann in Guest Blog Posts

Intern is a modern, flexible, open source JavaScript testing stack from SitePen and the JS Foundation for tests authored in JavaScript, ES6+, or TypeScript. Intern supports the following feature set: Full testing lifecycle support: Unit, functional, integration, and system testing Author: Modern JS (ES5, ES6+, TypeScript, etc.) with any toolkit or framework Multiple environments: Run tests in [...]

How Many Mobile Devices Are There, Anyway?
Posted by Twain Taylor in Mobile

You’ve probably seen this image about the form factor of mobile devices, before and after the iPhone launched in 2007. Source: CultOfMac.com It’s clear that the iPhone has led to a lot of standardization in the form factor of mobile devices. If you’ve been an observer of the mobile ecosystem, you may assume there is a lack of innovation in the space since the iPhone’s [...]

Discovering Security Vulnerabilities with Selenium
Posted by Greg Sypolt in Security TestingSelenium

Hackers are constantly discovering security vulnerabilities—in everything from web applications to Internet of Things (IoT) devices. It seems that we wake up to newly reported security breaches with each new day. Why are companies being attacked? In my experience, it’s because security is too often left out of the development life cycle, even when a company has a dedicated security [...]

Move Over, Selenium 2: Why It’s Time to Upgrade to Selenium 3
Posted by Greg Sypolt in SeleniumSelenium Resources

Move over, Selenium 2. It's time to upgrade to Selenium 3. I have always been an early adopter. I can't help it. So it’s hard to believe it has been about six months since Selenium 3 released its first beta version, and that I’ve only recently been able to take it for a test drive. The upgrade from Selenium 2 to Selenium 3 was practically effortless. (I recommend that people start a [...]

Why You Should Abandon Traditional Mobile QA Methodology

Along with new development methods, mobile testing and QA practices have also changed in the last few years, leaning towards continuous integration and continuous delivery. This is pushing companies to abandon their traditional testing approach, moving towards adopting a more agile process to accelerate the products’ time to market.

The Sauce Journey - DevOps At Scale
Posted by Joe Alfaro in Best PracticesDevOpsThe Story of Sauce

In the life of every startup there comes a point, or at least you hope there comes a point, where you need to grow and scale your team. When Sauce Labs closed our last round of funding, we were able to bring on new team members to expand our skills base, increase our project capacity and velocity, and streamline our overall operations. Unfortunately, adding team members doesn't proceed in a [...]

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