LANDesk Interchange ’14 was an absolute blast! Your loyal Spoon team trekked down to Las Vegas a few weeks ago to proudly represent LANDesk’s suite of virtualization products. We shared some hot new features, met other awesome LANDesk partners, and lost way too much money. (Seriously, those craps machines are totally rigged.) Read on to learn more about our exciting trip.
You can now run the Selenium IDE and launch tests on your Spoonium Grid directly from Spoonium.net.
To start testing from Selenium IDE, go to Spoonium.net and click the Selenium IDEs tab in the left sidebar. Then, click Selenium IDE to launch Selenium IDE online.
You’ll also find other popular development environments, including Eclipse and Sharp Develop. These environments come pre-configured with the latest Selenium language bindings, so that you can spend more time writing tests and less time configuring dependencies.
Well folks, we’re pretty excited over here. Over the past few years, literally trillions of customers have asked us how they can combine a sweet open-source testing tool called Selenium with our beloved Browser Sandbox.
And by golly, we finally did it. Today, we’re excited to introduce Spoonium, an online Selenium Grid with unlimited testing of Chrome, IE, and Firefox.
To be honest, we didn’t think it would be this cool, but it is. When building Spoonium, we looked at what’s out there today, and we saw four major problems:
- Limits on hours of use
- Limits on parallel tests
- Potential security issues when testing internal sites
- Performance and wait times
So, what does Spoonium offer?
- Unlimited hours of use
- Unlimited parallel tests
- Secure virtual containers that directly access local resources
- High-performance test execution with no waiting in test queues
A recent report by Cisco found that 91% of desktop exploits were related to Java vulnerabilities. Installing Java on the desktop is a nuisance for users and administrators as well as a major security risk. But Java applications are still common and useful. What’s a user (or IT manager) to do?
Stop installing Java!
Build preconfigured versions of IE, Chrome, or Firefox with Browser Studio and embed Java within the browser.
These browsers work on any Windows operating system, and Java-dependent web apps will run exactly as if you had Java installed on your host desktop.
Read on to learn more about how Browser Studio works.