[TIP] Python and saucelabs
andrea.crotti.0 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 7 08:16:35 PDT 2013
Another thing which I don't have quite clear yet.
Can I use the LiveServerTestCase class in django 1.5 with the selenium
Or if I stick with the Django way of doing things I can't use these methods?
2013/6/7 andrea crotti <andrea.crotti.0 at gmail.com>
> 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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