Selenium Tests at the Speed of Headless
Testing is shifting left. Developers want instant feedback on the quality of their code, and testers want to incorporate tests earlier in the pipeline without slowing down development efforts. Testing in full browsers is great when you’re near the end of the pipeline and need to confirm cross-browser compatibility, but for the scale and speed required for these early pipeline tests, there is a need for a more effective solution. Enter headless browsers, an emerging trend that allows you to run your early pipeline tests at scale. Headless offers a lightweight option that gives developers faster feedback on the quality of code, all while decreasing the cost of maintaining testing infrastructure. Join Alissa Lydon as she discusses why headless testing has emerged as an efficient and cost-effective solution and how to integrate headless testing into your larger QA strategy. Hear real stories of teams that are experiencing upward of 50 percent release velocity while using headless browsers. Combined with a larger cross-browser testing strategy, headless brings you one step closer to a true continuous testing solution that allows you to deliver better quality software, faster.