Connecting directly to your Github repo, tests are automatically kicked off and run on Sauce each time your team makes a change. Sauce has 160+ browser / OS combinations in the cloud so developers don’t waste precious time and resources setting this up themselves. After the tests are done, you can view the video, screenshots and raw logs to identify and debug failures faster.
With an increasingly fragmented browser and device market, it’s ever more important for developers to ensure cross-browser compatibility of their app or framework before public release. But maintaining a lab for test infrastructure is just not a reality for many open source projects relying on the work of a community to move development efforts forward.
That’s where BrowserSwarm comes in. The goal of BrowserSwarm is to help developers spend less time testing and more time innovating – while ensuring web frameworks work exactly as expected. Projects like Dojo, Modernizr and Backbone.js have signed up to test their projects with BrowserSwarm, with more on the way.
How to add your Project to BrowserSwarm
Tell us who you are
Add your GitHub repo
Wait for BrowserSwarm to complete the installation
Publish your latest code
If you have feedback on how Microsoft, appendTo, and Sauce can improve BrowserSwarm, please shoot a note to let us know.