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Automated & Manual Browser Testing on Mac OS High Sierra

2017-08-16
Automated & Manual Browser Testing on Mac OS High Sierra
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We're pleased to announce that starting today, we've added macOS High Sierra (mac 10.13) beta to our list of available platforms.


At TestingBot we believe it's important to run your automated/manual tests on platforms before they reach the general public. This way you can make sure your website/app/product works like it should on new platforms once the new platform is released to the world.


Apple's been providing beta builds of their new upcoming OSX platform, macOS High Sierra. We've added the most recent beta build to our Selenium grid. This way you can start running tests on High Sierra, including on the latest Safari 11 browser.

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