What is BrowserSwarm?
BrowserSwarm is a partnership by Microsoft, Sauce Labs and the open source team of appendTo that helps developers automate how they test frameworks & libraries across browsers. It’s powered through the cloud, allowing developers to save time setting-up multiple browser or device testing environments and precious server resources.
How does BrowserSwarm Work?
You set-up an account in minutes. BrowserSwarm connects directly to your team’s code repository on GitHub. When you publish your latest project, BrowserSwarm automatically runs it against Unit Testing Frameworks like QUnit in the cloud-powered browsing session using Sauce Labs’ automated testing platform. You get a “fix list” report across browsers, including modern and older versions of Internet Explorer.
How to add your Project to BrowserSwarm
Begin by setting-up an account in minutes:
1. Tell us who you are
2. Add your GitHub repo
3. BrowserSwarm completes the installation
4. Publish your latest code
Less time testing, more time building ________.
Partnerships like BrowserSwarm represent an entirely new chapter in IE’s long history – cutting edge IE11 performance, free tools on modern.IE, automatic updates, modern web standards, and advanced touch capabilities for example. Whether you’re a developer building the next framework or you design and build sites, share with us how we might continue to help you spend more time building what matters most to you and your users.
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Updated November 8, 2014 2:14 am