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Get Supported Platforms
Get a list of objects describing all the OS and browser platforms currently supported on Sauce Labs. Choose the automation API you need, bearing in mind that WebDriver and Selenium RC are each compatible with a different set of platforms.
Accepted Values for automation_api
short_version: Returns the version of a browser or device, similar to the
ong_name: Returns the name of a browser, similar to the
api_name: Same as the
long_version: Same as the
device: Returns the name of a device, similar to the
os: Return an operating system, similar to the the
automation_backend: Returns the automation API that runs the platform behind the scenes, which are Selenium Webdriver or Appium
deprecated_backend_versions(for mobile tests): Return the versions of the Appium API that are no longer supported for mobile testing of a particular device
recommended_backend_version(for mobile tests): Return the versions of the Appium API that should be used when running mobile tests on a particular device
Get Appium EOL dates
Get a list of Appium end-of-life dates. Dates are displayed in Unix time.