Learn about Sauce Labs.
- [Instructor] This is just a simple graphic to help you understand the physical role that Saucelabs plays in your automated infrastructure. On the far left, the computer image represents my local computer with Robot Framework installed. You can see that I can run my Robot Framework tasks on that computer, and that computer still has access to whatever database or API resources that might be part of your application under test. All of the activity that runs on a web browser, however, would get routed over to the Saucelabs browser cloud and use selenium servers to run your test on a wide variety of OS browser combinations.
Down at the bottom there, you see that we can utilize an application that Saucelabs has created called Sauce Connect that would allow you to test any web applications that you have behind a firewall. And you can also use multiple Jenkins slaves to increase your parallelism and get faster feedback.
- Why use Sauce Labs?
- Exploring the Sauce Labs platforms
- Manual testing options on Sauce Labs
- Creating and running a simple Sauce Labs script
- Searching and filtering Sauce Labs test results
- Triggering from a batch file
- Running your scripts over Sauce Connect