testcafe-browser-provider-saucelabs - This is the Sauce Labs browser provider plugin for TestCafe.

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This plugin integrates TestCafe with the SauceLabs Testing Cloud.Before using this plugin, save the SauceLabs username and access key to environment variables SAUCE_USERNAME and SAUCE_ACCESS_KEY, as described in SauceLabs documentation.

https://github.com/DevExpress/testcafe-browser-provider-saucelabs

Dependencies:

babel-runtime : ^6.11.6
desired-capabilities : ^0.1.0
lodash : ^4.14.2
pify : ^2.3.0
pinkie : ^2.0.4
request : ^2.74.0
saucelabs-connector : ^0.2.3

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