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This Python example script executes a simple test to open a browser, navigate to the Sauce Labs demo web app, and then close the browser. It also incorporate a number of best practices, such as using environment variables for authentication credentials. You can clone this script directly from the saucelabs-training GitHub repo and modify it as you want to test your authentication credentials, set desired capabilities, and run tests against your own web app. 

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import pytest
import os
from selenium import webdriver
from _pytest.runner import runtestprotocol
import urllib3

def driver(request):
    sauce_username = os.environ["SAUCE_USERNAME"]
    sauce_access_key = os.environ["SAUCE_ACCESS_KEY"]
    remote_url = ""

    sauceOptions = {
        "screenResolution": "1280x768",
        "seleniumVersion": "3.141.59",
        'build': "Onboarding Sample App - Python",
        'name': "4-best-practices",
        "username": sauce_username,
        "accessKey": sauce_access_key,
        # best practices involve setting a build number for version control
        "build": "build-0.0.1",
        # tags to filter test reporting.
        "tags": ['instant-sauce', 'ruby-rspec', 'module4'],
        # setting sauce-runner specific parameters such as timeouts helps
        # manage test execution speed.
        "maxDuration": 1800,
        "commandTimeout": 300,
        "idleTimeout": 1000

    chromeOpts = {
        'platformName':"Windows 10",
        'browserName': "chrome",
        'browserVersion': '71.0',
        'goog:chromeOptions': {'w3c': True},
        'sauce:options': sauceOptions

    browser = webdriver.Remote(remote_url, desired_capabilities=chromeOpts)
    yield browser

def test_should_open_chrome(driver):
    actual_title = driver.title
    expected_title = "Swag Labs"
    assert expected_title == actual_title

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