Applitools Eyes 10.2

Adds support for GitHub and Visual Studio Team Services to allow visual testing earlier in your release process.
April 16, 2018 - 8:20
New Version

Features

GitHub Integration

  • Prevents visual issues from merging into your production software pipeline.
  • Integration of Applitools visual tests with GitHub pull & push request workflow
    • See visual tests results & merge status as part of the GitHub pull request panel.
    • Resolve any merge conflicts between branches.
    • Ensure that only code with resolved issues merges in GitHub code.
  • Applitools baseline branching mapped to GitHub codebase branching
    • Applitools tests use and save baselines in branches using a name derived from Git branches
    • Applitools batches together all visual tests in a specific CI build with a batch name that includes Git commit information. Providing more insight on detected issues.
  • Compare baseline Applitools visual test results across branches as part of the GitHub merge process
    • Merges driven by a pull request trigger an Applitools branch merge to keep alignment between Applitools visual test baselines and your codebase in GitHub.

Visual Studio Team Services Integration

  • Added new plugin for integrating with Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) build processes.
  • New Plugin expands the enterprise CI/ CD integration beyond existing Jenkins and JetBrains TeamCity integrations.
Applitools now includes GitHub and VSTS integration.

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