Month: March 2012

iPhone and iPad Selenium Testing with Webdriver

Since our last post announcing Mac OS X Selenium support, we now have added iPhone and iPad to the mix. You can now run your Selenium webdriver tests on iPad and iPhone (iOS 5.1) inside our grid. Testing on iPad and iPhone happens with the official iOS Simulator from Apple and comes with a video and screenshots of the test….

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Mac OS X Selenium testing. Webdriver and Selenium RC testing with Apple.

We will make a lot of people happy with this announcement: today we start providing our customers with Mac OS X testing on-demand. Next to testing on Windows (2008/2003), Linux and Android we now finally provide testing on Apple’s OS. We provide a video and screenshots of your test running on OS X, just like we do with all the…

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Testing with Selenium Webdriver

We are pleased to announce that we have added Samsung Galaxy Tab testing to our Selenium grid. Starting today our paying customers can run their tests on Samsung Galaxy Tab emulators running on a Linux node. These nodes are optimized to run the emulator with enough RAM and CPU. As always, you will have access to all test results together with…

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Selenium Testing on Linux Ubuntu

We are pleased to announce we now support Linux (Ubuntu 11.10) on our Selenium grid. You can now run your cross browser tests on Linux instances, containing the following browsers: Firefox 11 Firefox 10 Firefox 9 Firefox 8 Firefox 3 Google Chrome As with our Windows nodes, we provide screenshots and a video of each test on Ubuntu. We optimized…

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Website Monitoring and PageLoad Testing with Selenium

Next to running automated browser tests, Selenium and TestingBot can be used for other tasks like monitoring a website, or verifying that the pageload time of a page is below a certain threshold. With our TestLab we run your Selenium tests when you want, how many times you want. Website Monitoring a specific string of text Let’s say for example  that you…

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