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README.md

Heroku + Sauce = ♡

Build Status

An experimental plugin for the Heroku CLI to hook it up to Sauce Labs.

Using

To install the Sauce for Heroku plugin, run the following command:

% heroku plugins:install git://github.com/rtyler/heroku-sauce.git

After the plugin has been successfully installed, the heroku help sauce command should list a number of available subcommands:

% heroku help sauce
Usage: heroku sauce


Additional commands, type "heroku help COMMAND" for more details:

sauce:android    # 
sauce:configure  #  Configure the Sauce CLI plugin with your username and API key
sauce:firefox    # 
sauce:firefox4   # 
sauce:ie6        # 
sauce:ie7        # 
sauce:ie8        # 
sauce:ie9        # 
sauce:iphone     # 
sauce:safari     # 

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Currently Sauce for Heroku cannot do any auto-detection of a Sauce Labs account. If you do not have a Sauce Labs account, you can register here.

Once you have an account, use the following command to configure Heroku for Sauce:

% heroku sauce:configure
Sauce username: <enter here>
Sauce API key: <copy/paste here>

Sauce CLI plugin configured with:

Username: example
API key : example-api-key

If you would like to change this later, update "ondemand.yml" in your current directory
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Hooray! Sauce for Heroku is now configured! Running one of the other commands, such as heroku sauce:firefox will open your browser with a Firefox browser running on Sauce, hitting your Heroku app.

Happy testing!