Introduction to Automated Testing
You're one of the good ones.
You know automated testing is important, and you try to do things right: Unit tests cover your back-end and front-end business logic, and you've got end-to-end integration tests running in your staging environment. Your startup is taking off globally, so you're doing everything you can to verify its behavior before you push any changes.
Well, almost everything.
What about those slick translations you added last week? Is the right language showing up for the right countries? How about the region-based marketing copy? The country-specific pretty pictures? Are you accidentally pitching Brazilians when you should be pitching Australians? Are you sure?
Google in Brazil
Google in Saudi Arabia
Google in Hong Kong
WonderProxy Can Make You Better
Selenium is a browser automation framework, primarily used for testing—if you're already doing end-to-end tests in your application, it's a good bet you're using Selenium. Sauce Labs melds Selenium onto their own infrastructure to deliver a cloud-based testing platform. Sauce lets you run your tests on over 350 browser/platform combinations.
What you may not know is that both Selenium and Sauce Labs can ride on top of WonderProxy, pushing your tests through servers all over the world to globalize their perspective (and yours!).