You’ve probably heard the term “Shift Left testing,” but what does that mean? In order to deliver software at the speed your users demand, it’s critical to test early and often in the development lifecycle. Because of this, organizations who want to reap the benefits of continuous testing are seeing the volume of early pipeline checks increasing, and developers are being asked to test more.
However, this change in strategy presents a new set of challenges. From the cultural issues of getting buy in from developers to incorporate testing into their workflow, to dividing up limited testing infrastructure resources to ensure that there aren’t any bottlenecks, there are many things to consider when adopting a shift left approach to quality.
In this newest installment of Sauce Tech Talks, Shift Left With Headless Testing, Alissa Lydon explores the challenges of early pipeline testing, and why headless browsers have emerged as a solution for teams who want to shift testing left. Learn how headless browsers provide the perfect lightweight infrastructure for the fast feedback and scalability needed to improve quality while accelerating release velocity, both of which allow you to delight customers with innovative and flawless apps.
Check out the Tech Talk for this, and more information on the benefits of headless browser testing.