A few things you'll want to know before you write your first Selenium test.
Learn how using Sauce Labs differs from running your test suite locally, and how we set up our machines
Learn how to use Appium to test mobile apps of all kinds - first of an 8-part series
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A collection of great automated mobile testing resources - eighth in an 8-part series
Learn how to use a CI server to run your Appium test - seventh in an 8-part series
In this chapter, learn how to run your Appium tests - sixth in an 8-part series
Learn how to write and refactor your Appium tests - fifth in an 8-part series
Watch as our intrepid reporter, Jonah Stiennon, goes on the road to interview attendees at both AltConf and WWDC.
Selenium expert Dave Haeffner stopped by the April, 2016 SF Selenium Meetup to share his Selenium pro tips and tricks.
Learn to step through the an initial set of test actions to automate mobile app behavior - fourth in an 8-part series
Get a quick introduction to Sauce Labs, the largest cloud-based platform for automated testing of web and mobile applications. Learn how to start a manual and automated test using our service.
Learn how to interrogate your app to find the best locators to work with - third in an 8-part series
Using Sauce Labs for parallel testing, you can reduce your test time significantly, sometimes by as much as 95%, by running multiple tests across different browser and OS combinations at the same time.
Learn how to configure Appium to get up and running - second in an 8-part series
Jonathan Lipps, Director of Engineering at Sauce Labs, joins Yosef Durr, Program Manager of the Windows Application Driver project, and Charles to discuss Appium support on Windows.
See how Code.org reduced its build time by 78% by running tests in parallel across hundreds of VMs.
Learn how to use JUnit to do acceptance and UI tests on Sauce Labs
See how Yahoo uses Sauce to reduce test time from 3 hours to under 25 minutes & improve debugging time five-fold.
Learn how automated testing plays the most crucial role in your CI/CD process.Download
Sauce Labs lets you do automated UI and browser testing in the cloud.
Learn how to use the Sauce OnDemand plugin to kick off your automated tests in Jenkins.
KIF was created by Square in 2011 to automate iOS apps - how does it compare to Appium?
Robotium is a popular Android automation framework for testing native and hybrid Android apps.
Denali Lumma reviews technologies that will fundamentally change the nature of test automation.
After automating their mobile testing process while using Sauce, time spent for each deploy fell from 7 days to 1.
If you’d like to do Selenium with Jenkins yourself, using open source software, check out our summary table of Jenkins selenium solutions, or visit the sections below to see how it’s done and the pros and cons of each solution.
Watch a demo of Sauce Labs' Real Device Cloud for automated mobile app testing.
Sauce Labs is a cloud-based automated testing platform - see how we can help you ship better software faster today.
DZone 2015 report on mobile technology, including tool usage, production levels, and platform prioritization.Download
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How to develop a mobile testing strategy that will support complex apps, full system tests and device fragmentation, and how the Sauce cloud can help.
Appium is rapidly becoming the de facto automated test framework for native and hybrid mobile apps - see why.
Survey results from 900+ IT professionals and developers, plus "Continuous Delivery:Visualized" infographic.Download
After using Sauce Labs, Puppet Labs' testing time went from 30 days to 3 days, a time savings of over 99%.
Learn about Continuous Delivery, key barriers and pain points, and how to succeed via Continuous Testing.Download
Making sense of Android testing - automated/manual, testing in-house/on the cloud, Android Selenium, unit testing, CI integration.
Watch to see how HomeAway is using automated testing and Continuous Integration to achieve Continuous Delivery.
A comparison of 11 open source testing tools for Android and iOS, including Calaba.sh, Robotium and KIF.
See how Campus Explorer uses Sauce Labs to save money, increase quality, and significantly reduce overall testing time.
This paper discusses the need to use both emulators and real devices for a best-of-breed mobile QA environment.Download
iOS app testing can be a complex undertaking. This article describes the general issues relating to iOS testing in context and throw light on the specifics of Sauce Labs’ offering.
Bleacher Report uses Appium to automate their mobile application testing.
Compete more effectively in today's mobile-first world by adopting mobile continuous integration.Download
Learn how to upload Selenium files using Webdriver's native file upload feature.