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I am working on #OpenSource file uploader. The uploader is the widget that other developers embed in their apps. It should work well in different browsers and on different devices. BrowserStack and Sauce Labs help to achieve that. I can test the uploader in many varieties of browsers+OS only used my browser without virtual machines.
Spinning up multiple VMs to test cross-browser is very time consuming. Even though we only occasionally need BrowserStack, it saves us such a hassle every time we do. Being able to pipe everything through your local machine so you can reach localhost etc. is really convenient.
BrowserStack is used by our development and support teams during QA and to try and reproduce bugs. BrowserStack
We use BrowserStack to run end to end tests with Selenium on our dashboard. It runs automatically before every deployment and cancels it if anything is out of place. BrowserStack
While we try to use real devices to check our product as often as possible, BrowserStack provides us with a choice of devices, which we can quickly check in the browser, without running around while keeping it local on our machines.
- Real Device Cloud. Test on a range of physical Android and iOS mobile devices and tablets for the most accurate results
- 2000+ desktop browsers. Latest versions of IE, Edge, Safari, Chrome, Firefox and more on a range of Windows and OS X platforms on a robust cloud infrastructure
- Test dev environments. Our Local Testing feature allows you to test development and internal websites seamlessly, without setup or configuration
- Native experience. Real browsers on real machines. Just like a locally installed browser, with media streaming, developer tools, keyboard shortcuts, and much more.