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Status badges and the Sauce Labs browser matrix widget help you keep track of the status of your latest test runs. All you have to do is add either markdown or HTML code to your GitHub README or project site that references your Sauce Labs username and access key, and annotate your tests with the REST API.
Status Badges and the Browser Matrix
There are four status badges that correspond to the three states of a finished test: Passing, Failed, Error, and Unknown.
|This status is set if the build errors out due to an internal error (one or more sessions have crashed)|
|This status is set if one or more jobs of the latest build haven't been reported as passed or failed. This state is equivalent to Finished.|
With the browser matrix, you can keep track of the test status of your project for various browser/platform/operating system combinations.
Setting Up Status Badges for Test Results
Copy this markdown code into your GitHub README.
Alternatively, you can use this HTML code on your project site.
Multiple Projects, Multiple Accounts
If you just have one project, you can use your main Sauce account name. If you have multiple projects, you will want to create a sub-account for each project.
Run your tests.
Make sure to set a build number, a pass/fail status, and a public, share, or public restricted visibility for every test that runs using the Test Configuration Options.
You'll know that these are set correctly if your tests have a status of Pass or Failed instead of Finished on your dashboard, and that a build number is also displayed.
Setting Up the Browser Matrix Widget
Copy this markdown code into your project's GitHub README.
Alternatively, you can add this HTML to your project site.
Status Images for Private Accounts
If you want to display the build status of a private Sauce account, you need to provide a Hash-based Message Authentication Code (HMAC) token generated from your username and access key.
This example shows how to generate an HMAC token using Python:
Once you have the token, append it to the badge URL: