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Sauce supports many beta / dev browser channels, but not Safari Technology Preview. Currently, Safari TP has a different implementation of several web technologies such as their shadow DOM and webcomponents implementations.
Safari technology Preview has bug fixes for Selenium bugs that were introduced in Safari 13. Most tests are failing on Safari 13, since button click etc do not work. There should be support added for Safari Tech preview to overcome this.
We also need this as some our component features are dependent on this.
That would be great to have, as it is currently the only way to work around this bug in the safaridriver:
Any update on this?It's been in "evaluation" since last summer... it's summer again, now a year later.
Would be grate to have this feature in Saucelabs. There are lot of bug fixes in this version.
Just reiterating what others have posted, having this available would be huge and allow WebDriver to properly use dropdown elements in Safari 11 (fixed long ago) https://webkit.org/blog/7989/release-notes-for-safari-technology-preview-41/ or anything else that may be broken for WebDriver that ends up quickly being fixed in a Safari Tech Preview.
This would be very useful, given Safari's slow release pace
The tech preview has a lot of fixes to the WebDriver that improves the current released version of Safari 10 (tech preview currently at Release 37). https://developer.apple.com/safari/technology-preview/release-notes/
For example this fix: "Fixed an issue that prevented non-popup windows from being maximized or resized", allows Safari windows to be resized. This functionality is vital in our automated test suite, and thus we required the tech preview to run our automated test suite. The tech preview is not currently available on SauceLabs, and it would be great to have it added in.
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This would be very helpful for testing on Safari.
Re-iterating the need for this. We're testing specification adherence and interoperability of browsers at web-platform-tests. We need to also test against future versions (such as Safari TP), and Sauce support would be the most direct way for us to achieve that.
This would be great, it's the only way to test what has recently been implemented in WebKit and will eventually ship in Safari. We'd love to be able to have results from Safari TP in tooling we're building around web-platform-tests and drive interop between browsers.
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