DalekJS driver bindings for Sauce Labs integration
The driver can be installed with the following command:
$ npm install dalek-driver-sauce --save-dev
You can use the driver by adding a config option to the your Dalekfile
Or you can tell Dalek that it should run your tests via sauces service via the command line:
$ dalek mytest.js -d sauce
In order to run your tests within the Sauce Labs infrastructure, you must add your sauce username & key to your dalek configuration. Those two parameters must be set in order to get this driver up & running. You can specifiy them within your Dalekfile like so:
"driver.sauce":"user": "dalekjs""key": "aaaaaa-1234-567a-1abc-1br6d9f68689"
It is also possible to specify a set of other extra saucy parameters like
"driver.sauce":"user": "dalekjs""key": "aaaaaa-1234-567a-1abc-1br6d9f68689""name": "Guineapig""tags": "dalek" "testproject"
If you would like to have a more control over the browser/OS combinations that are available, you are able to configure you custom combinations:
"browsers":"chrome":"platform": "OS X 10.6""actAs": "chrome""version": 27"chromeWin":"platform": "Windows 7""actAs": "chrome""version": 27"chromeLinux":"platform": "Linux""actAs": "chrome""version": 26
You can then call your custom browsers like so:
$ dalek mytest.js -d sauce -b chrome,chromeWin,chromeLinux
or you can define them in your Dalekfile:
"browser": "chrome" "chromeWin" "chromeLinux"
A list of all available browser/OS combinations, can be found here.
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