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Sauce Labs is a cloud platform for executing automated and manual mobile and web tests. Sauce Labs supports running automated tests with Selenium WebDriver (for web applications) and Appium (for native and mobile web applications). This topic will provide you with an example of how to get your Node.js tests set up and running on Sauce.
The code in this topic is presented as an example only, since your tests and testing environments may require specialized scripting. This information should be taken only as an illustration of how you could set up your tests with Sauce Labs, and is not directly supported by Sauce.
- You should review the Best Practices for Running Tests.
Save this code to a file named something like sauce_node_code_example.js to see an example of how you would run your node.js test on Sauce.
Running the Test
Once you have everything set up, you can run the example test simply by running the example file.
Running Local Tests
4445, as shown in this example script.
Running Tests in Parallel
You can run your tests in parallel at two levels, and you can run your tests in parallel across multiple browsers. For example, if you have 10 tests and want to run on five browsers, this would be parallelism of five. You can also run tests across browsers and each test in parallel. Using our previous example this would be more like 50 parallel tests. Doing this requires that your tests are written in a way that they do not collide with one another, as described in our Best Practice topics avoiding external test dependencies and avoiding dependencies between tests.
Match Thread Count to Concurrency Limit
You should match your thread count to your concurrency limit, which is shown in the My Account section of your user profile information on the Sauce Labs dashboard.
For more information, check out the example scripts in our GitHub repo.
Reporting on Test Results
Unfortunately, Sauce has no way to determine whether your test passed or failed automatically, since it is determined entirely by your business logic. You can, however, tell Sauce about the results of your tests as shown by this code snippet from the example file for running node.js files in parallel.