Mozilla, a leader in the open source community and creator of one of the most popular web browsers, needed to quickly and reliably find failures and scale their testing.
Lookout, a security company dedicated to making the post-PC world safer, needed an efficient and cost-effective way to automate testing of their web products.
Having previously used QTP, Campus Explorer Senior QA Engineer Sage Rimal moved to Selenium to save money, increase quality by testing across all browsers, and engage with an open source community for better support.
Because Animoto strives to choose developer tools that will have lasting support, it chose Selenium and Appium to write its scripts.
Real estate solution provider BoomTown uses Sauce Labs to ensure high-quality software delivery.
Because computer labs and equipment varies widely from school to school, cross-browser and cross-platform coverage is essential to the success of Code.org’s web-based application.
To catch more bugs and save time for developers, TINT deployed Sauce Labs, an automated cloud testing solution, to support 2,000 daily tests.
Because Yahoo Mail wanted to automate and scale its testing environment to ensure build quality, it implemented the reliable, cloud-based Sauce Labs infrastructure to run 10,000 tests per day.
HomeAway is a family of 50 websites and hundreds of apps that collectively provide a network of vacation rental properties to more than 65 million travelers each month. To maintain app quality, they are on the path towards continuous delivery through automation and continuous integration.