Headless Testing - When, Where and How?

Here is a brief on best practices to ensure early pipeline testing success.

As testing development organizations look to shift left and integrate more quality checks into their software delivery pipeline, headless browser testing has emerged as an effective strategy to increase release velocity and improve productivity. By providing developers with a lightweight and easily scalable infrastructure, headless browser testing allows for fast feedback on the code quality, and keep features moving through the pipeline quickly. However, it is important to understand the specific use case for headless browsers, and how to effectively integrate them into a larger continuous testing strategy.

This technical paper will answer three key questions teams must answer when considering headless browsers as an option, and offer practical advice on how to successfully implement early pipeline testing.

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HeadlessCross browserDevOpsAgile Development