Awesome command line interface for the browserstack api.
npm install -g browserstack-cli
Setup your credentials and API key. This will prompt for your BrowserStack username/password and your tunneling API keys, which you can get from their automated browser testing page and local testing page while you are logged in.
Get a list of available browsers:
Launch firefox 3.6 and point it to google.com:
browserstack launch firefox:3.6 http://google.com
Launch will use the latest version if none is specified:
browserstack launch firefox http://google.com
--attach option keeps the program running until it receives a SIGTERM or a SIGINT (CTRL-C) signal, at which point it kills the remote browser and then exits.
browserstack launch --attach firefox http://google.com
Can you launch mobile browsers? Yes.
browserstack launch "iPhone 5" http://google.com
Kill a job by ID
browserstack kill 514664
or kill'em all
browserstack tunnel localhost:8080
Usage: cli.js [options] [command] Commands: setup Initial setup launch <browser> <url> Launch a browser browsers List available browsers jobs List active jobs kill <job_id> Kill an active job killall Kill all active jobs tunnel <host:port> Setup tunneling status Get the current status Options: -h, --help output usage information -V, --version output the version number -u, --user <user:password> Browserstack authentication -a, --attach Attach process to launched browser -o, --os <name:version> The OS of the browser or device. -t, --timeout <seconds> Launch duration after which browsers exit -p, --private Use the private web tunneling key for manual testing -k, --key <key> Tunneling key
browserstack-cli is supported by a companion library browseroverflow which is essentially a one-to-one mapping of
browserstack-cli's commands to API calls.
To ask a question or report an issue, please open a github issue.