For every plan, any number of people can collaborate on your public projects. For plans with private repositories, you can specify how many and which users have access to specific projects.
Organizations that would like to keep their work private can purchase secure, private repositories that can only be accessed by specified users.
Every paid plan comes with unlimited private repositories for hosting private projects.
The Spoon Studio is the backbone of the Spoon containerization platform. It allows users to build, pull, run, and save Spoon images and containers through both graphic and command-line interfaces. Spoon Studio lets developers package their applications into containers along with their dependencies; it lets testers quickly pull, test, and distribute their development teams’ work; and it lets system admins more effectively manage their infrastructure.
Read more about working with Spoon Studio.
Whether you’re using Jenkins, Travis, Bamboo, CircleCI, or anything else – Spoon integrates easily with any CI environment.
With Spoon, no installed dependencies are required on the CI server. All dependencies are built into containers providing consistent environments and a dependency-free CI server. This eliminates the possibility of dependency collision and makes automated build configuration very simple.
In our paid plans, we include access to our browser containers, which include every version of every major browser. These browser containers can be used for building web applications on top of browser images, for creating custom browser images packaged with other components, or for live testing and debugging of websites and web applications.
For web testing, Spoon's Browser Sandbox makes cross-browser and backwards compatibility testing easy: just click any browser to launch it instantly from the web. Browsers run within isolated virtual containers, eliminating the need for installs and allowing legacy browsers like Internet Explorer 6 to run on Windows 7 and 8. You can even run multiple browser versions side-by-side on the same machine or VM.
Containerized browsers behave exactly like installed browsers, and because they run locally, you can securely test web applications hosted on your own development machine or on internal servers. Read more about our Browser Sandbox.
All paid plans come with unlimited use of our browser containers.
Spoon offers automated browser testing without restrictions on hours of use or the number of concurrent tests you can run. Tests are quickly executed on the user’s machine within isolated virtual containers, which can access local resources without sharing any test information with Spoon. Compared to other Selenium testing services, Spoon is faster, more secure, more reliable, and unlimited in nature - all at a better price than any other comparable testing service.
Our automated testing delivers the functionality of a local Selenium Grid, but without requiring you to devote time or resources to its setup or maintenance. To get started using Selenium on Spoon, we have tutorials that will help you quickly port over your existing Selenium test environment, and we also have beginners’ guides for those unfamiliar with the Selenium framework.
Sharable screenshots, savable test logs, and CI support are included with our Selenium testing.
All Build+Test and Build+Test+Deploy plans come with unlimited use of our automated browser testing.
Spoon supports deployment to both public and private hub servers. Our on-premises solution is called Spoon Server, which allows your organization to host an internal hub. Any Windows machine can host this software.
Spoon Server provides the same functionality as the Spoon Hub, but hosted entirely on your organization's network. For more information, contact our sales team at firstname.lastname@example.org.