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Sauce Labs - Over One Billion Served

Recently, we surpassed one billion tests run on the Sauce Labs platform. No matter how many times I do the math, that enormous total still seems unreal. It’s just mind-blowing. To celebrate, I thought I'd take a look back at our first test, and at what Sauce Labs looked like back then. Our first test was run back in 2009. Exactly when in 2009 depends on which test you want to count as [...]

Don’t Be the Grinch! Or Cross-Browser Compatibility Problems and How to Avoid Them
Posted by Mike Mackrory in Best PracticesCross Browser TestingGuest Blog Posts

When I Became Committed to Online Commerce If I wasn't a fan of shopping on the Web before, I became a fan several years ago, while standing in line at a large retail store in the wee hours of a frigid Black Friday in the Mountain West. My wife and I had arrived shortly after midnight, timed to avoid the crush at the door and confident that the items we had on our list would still be available. [...]

Sauce Labs Welcomes Adobe BrowserLab Customers

Following Adobe's announcement that BrowserLab is shutting down its service, Sauce Labs is pleased to extend a special offer to all BrowserLab users to try Sauce's cloud-based interactive testing service. We know change is hard, particularly when you're used to working with a certain tool. That's why we want to make the switch from BrowserLab to Sauce Labs as seamless as possible. You can [...]

The Selenium 'click' Command

Introduction The golden rule of web application testing states that “You can find a number of bugs by simply clicking randomly on various places." This is especially true for User Interface bugs. If you are using Selenium for automating your application’s User Interface tests, it is important to know how the “Selenium.click()” command works in order to simulate user [...]

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