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What Is a RESTful API?
Posted by Ely Hechtel in Uncategorized

What is an API? API stands for Application Programming Interface and it basically allows a piece of software to talk to another. There are a lot of different APIs but lately, whenever you hear people talk about APIs (Google API, Twitter API etc.) they are talking about RESTful API. What is a RESTful API? REST stands for REpresentational State Transfer. This essentially refers to a style of web [...]

10 Interview Questions to Hire a Mobile QA Manager
Posted by Ely Hechtel in Uncategorized

If you develop mobile apps you will need to hire a QA manager at some point. They will help you manage the test cases, improve and structure your test process and ultimately grow your business. Here are 10 questions you should ask candidates during your job interview. Let’s talk about what a mobile QA manager does first So let’s start with this before moving on to the questions a [...]

New: Use Atlassian Bitbucket with Sauce Labs
Posted by Ken Drachnik in DevOpsNews & Product UpdatesProduct UpdatesUncategorized

The Sauce Labs Ecosystem & Integrations team is proud to announce our latest ecosystem integration: Sauce Labs for Atlassian Bitbucket Pipelines. Bitbucket Pipelines is a continuous delivery service built right within Bitbucket Cloud that gives developers end-to-end visibility from coding to deployment. As more and more devs work in agile teams, they increasingly rely on their code repos to [...]

JIRA is Just a Click Away with Our New Plugin

As more and more devs work in agile teams, they need tools to plan, track, and release software and many of them use JIRA. As a tracking tool, JIRA is amazing for collaboration and project planning. For many teams, JIRA is the place of record for everything in the software development lifecycle. We have found that many of our customers use JIRA and the #1 product ask was to integrate Sauce Labs' [...]

Appium 1.5.1 Released on Sauce

We are happy to support the newly-released Appium 1.5.1. This release fixes a number of issues with 1.5.0, including one bug that prevented some frameworks from correctly polling for status during Safari tests. General allow platformName to be any case Windows process handling is cleaned up Desired capabilities language and locale added iOS iOS 9.3 (Xcode 7.3) support Fix handling of [...]

Re-Energize Your QA Career With Automation and DevOps

It’s time for you to stop being content with the status quo and re-energize your QA career with Automation and DevOps — otherwise, you might find yourself fading away like Marty McFly! I’m talking to YOU, manual tester! And YOU, QA manager! Oh, and YOU TOO, automation engineer! Every one of you who has a vested interest in your career growth needs to familiarize yourself with [...]

Check out the New Sauce Labs Docs
Posted by Ken Drachnik in News & Product UpdatesReleasesUncategorized

As a company with its roots in the open source community, we understand how important information is in the world of modern software. From the code to the ReadMe, all the way up through user forums and training classes, each is a source of information that explains how something works, how to use it, and how to accomplish what you need to get done. In your everyday use of Sauce Labs, probably no [...]

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 [...]

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