One Runner to Rule Them All: Use Sauce Control to Execute All Your Frameworks

Posted Jul 14th, 2021

Webinar Date: Jul 14th, 2021

During this webinar Sauce Labs experts will show you how easy it can be to run all your Cypress, Playwright, TestCafe, Espresso and or XCUITest tests in the Sauce Labs cloud.

Has your organisation made the move to automation tools like Cypress, Playwright, TestCafe, Espresso and or XCUITest? Has this meant you are struggling to run your tests with confidence in your pipeline? Register today to find out how Sauce Labs can help!

During this webinar Sauce Labs Solutions Architects Eyal Yovel and Wim Selles will show you how easy it can be to run all your Cypress, Playwright, TestCafe, Espresso and or XCUITest tests in the Sauce Labs cloud. They will use existing tests that work on their local machines and will show you how easy it is to run them in the cloud. This will be done by giving Sauce Labs control over your tests by using SauceCTL, a command line tool that will orchestrate the communication between your local machine/CI-pipeline and Sauce Labs.

So if you’d like to know more about how Sauce Labs can help you run these tests with confidence in your pipeline then register today!

Key takeaways:

  • Learn about the technical differences between traditional (Selenium/Appium) and new frameworks (Cypress, Playwright, TestCafe, Espresso and or XCUITest)

  • How easy it is to run your existing Cypress, Playwright, and TestCafe tests on Sauce Labs

  • How to run your Espresso and XCUITest tests on Sauce Labs emulators and real devices

About our speakers

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Eyal Yovel

Solutions Architect

Eyal Yovel has more than 15 years of experience in software development and test automation. He works tirelessly with organizations across EMEA and the US to help them improve their testing practices.

Wim Selles

Wim Selles

Sr. Solutions Architect

Wim helps solve automation challenges by day—and practices his passion for front-end test automation at night. Wim enjoys creating his own node.js modules and contributing to open source projects. Learn more about Wim.