[TIP] Python and saucelabs
andrea.crotti.0 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 7 07:43:09 PDT 2013
So I think the main requirement would be to be able to write tests in a way
that they run locally and on the Saucelab grid without touching them.
Maybe that's possible already with the saucelab library not sure, but if
this library solves it than I'll definitively have a look thanks a lot.
2013/6/7 Ronny Pfannschmidt <ronny.pfannschmidt at gmx.de>
> Hi Andrea,
> pytest-mozwebqa has support for saucelabs.
> Im currently refactoring it for usage with fixtures and will work on
> integrating with pytest-django later.
> -- Ronny
> On Friday, June 7, 2013 3:12:59 PM CEST, andrea crotti wrote:
>> I'm putting together a plan for testing our django-based application.
>> So basically we would like to use Selenium + sauce labs, but also make it
>> easy to run tests normally, individually or not.
>> And potentially even set up a CI machine internally that runs tests all
>> time (even if not for all the browsers that Saucelabs uses).
>> I started to use Splinter now since the API is nice, but the first thing
>> that I'm not sure I can make it work with Saucelabs though.
>> And frankly the various helper functions are quite simple to rewrite so
>> maybe it's not worth..
>> Any suggestions on something I can look at? What do you use?
> Ronny Pfannschmidt
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