Tag: safari

Automated testing of Firefox, Chrome and Safari browser extensions

With Selenium Webdriver, you can run tests on Firefox, Chrome and Safari, all of them equipped with your browser extension. At TestingBot, we’ve made this very easy for you! All you need to do is supply a link to the extension in your desired_capabilities options of your test. Specify either the .xpi file (for Firefox), .crx file (for Chrome) or…

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Safari Technology Preview: Automated Testing with WebDriver

Safari Technology Preview provides a way to have an early look at the upcoming web technologies in OS X and iOS. Starting today, TestingBot is providing the latest Safari Technology Preview builds in its Selenium Cloud. This means you can run both automated and manual tests on the latest Safari Technology Preview browser running on OS X El Capitan. Testing…

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OS X Testing with Selenium WebDriver

Currently we are the only company providing OS X support to our customers. When you run a test on one of our Mac nodes, we reserve a dedicated VM running OS X Lion on a beefy Mac Pro running VMWare. These last few weeks, we’ve made quite a few optimizations on OS X to improve overall testing, here’s what we’ve…

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Selenium SSL/HTTPs support

Today we’ve added SSL support to our Selenium grid, you can now test HTTPs pages without problems. Self-signed and regular SSL certificates should be automatically accepted on our browsers. We are using the CyberVillians certificate on Windows, which is bundled in Selenium RC, and is documented on http://blog.mogotest.com/2010/04/13/how-to-accept-self-signed-ssl-certificates-in-selenium/ There may still be some issues with Safari and self-signed certificates, if you…

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