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BrowserSwarm: Fast, Actionable Test Results
BrowserSwarm connects directly to your team’s code repository on GitHub and uses Sauce Labs’ cloud to automatically run Unit Tests using QUnit. A simple report separates which test cases passed and failed so you can quickly see what needs to be fixed.
BrowserSwarm provides test results using top frameworks and libraries such as prototype.js and Modernizr. You receive an overall pass rate across browsers and devices, along with individual test pass rates for top browsers.
Here is an example from a recent Job for underscore.js:
Sample BrowserSwarm test result page for underscore.js
Individual job reports display only the test cases that fail, so you can quickly focus on what needs to be fixed. You can always view the full test output if you are familiar with running Unit Tests in QUnit.
Sample BrowserSwarm detailed error report
Community Contributions Make BrowserSwarm Testing Even Better
The testing power of BrowserSwarm grows as the community contributes to the open source project. Here are a few ways that you can help grow BrowserSwarm:
- More projects – Add yours to BrowserSwarm here.
- More test cases – Contribute new Unit Test Frameworks or Test Cases to run.
- More places you store your code – We have connected BrowserSwarm to GitHub, but you can connect it to your own repository.
Please share your feedback and ideas on how we might improve BrowserSwarm.
Our Commitment to the Web – Interoperability, Tools, and Resources
BrowserSwarm is an open source partnership – continuing our long history of working with the community to make the Web better. We have over 90 Microsoft people involved in 63 W3C working groups, and we have submitted thousands of test cases and hundreds of core reference docs to WebPlatform.org. With the new F12 Developer Tools in IE11, free site scanning tool on modern.ie, and free virtual machines, we continue to help developers build a new class of modern Web experiences.
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