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IE testing #45

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simison opened this Issue Nov 20, 2014 · 7 comments

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simison commented Nov 20, 2014

  • IE11
  • IE10
  • IE9

Just for "fun" and curiosity check

  • IE8

https://www.modern.ie/en-gb/virtualization-tools

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Theunmighty commented Mar 3, 2015

Still need IE testing? I dual-boot a win7 machine for work, I can install all of the IEs and play around.

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simison commented Mar 3, 2015

Yay! That would be great — although eventually somebody with coding skills+time has to do the same and fix issues while testing. But an overview to give some direction would do!

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simison commented Mar 3, 2015

Though probably you can't install multiple IEs at once. I use https://www.virtualbox.org/ to have multiple Windows, each with different IE version. Additionally there's also http://www.my-debugbar.com/wiki/IETester/HomePage but I haven't tested that for ages.

That said, testing only latest IE would be fine, too. :-)

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honzahosek commented Mar 4, 2015

IE11 can emulate older versions. There is Emulation tab if you open developer tools F12. It's not same as testing all versions of IE on all versions of Windows, but for us it's good enough.

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simison commented Mar 4, 2015

Totally, thanks for the tip.

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guaka commented Mar 4, 2015

I'm about to pay for a browserstack account.

If someone writes generic selenium tests I can run those on my browserstack
account. Also if it's done for local use, I can easily adapt them for use
with browserstack (and there's free test account with 100 minutes).

With a crazy amount of supported browser/platform combos: http://www.browserstack.com/list-of-browsers-and-platforms?product=automate

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guaka commented Apr 6, 2015

done with #225 and #199!

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