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macOS Catalina and Selenium

macOS Catalina Automated Selenium Testing
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macOS Catalina Testing

Today we're adding macOS Catalina (beta 3) to our Selenium grid.

We believe it's important to be able to test your website and app on platforms before these are released to the general public.
Now you'll be able to run automated Selenium WebDriver tests on Safari 13 and other browsers on macOS Catalina, Apple's newly upcoming Operating System.

Safari 13

Simply configure your tests to use CATALINA as platform and Safari 13 as browserName and version.

iOS 13

The coming days we'll be adding iOS 13 (beta) iOS Simulators to our grid, ready for you to do manual and automated testing.

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