Why, When and How to Use Headless Testing

This whitepaper explains how headless testing works, when to use it, and where headless testing fits within a test strategy that includes other types of testing, including cross-browser testing

As testing continues to shift left in the development lifecycle, it’s important to understand that different stages of the pipeline have different test requirements, and need resources that allow teams to continue delivering code quickly without creating bottlenecks. Headless browser testing has emerged as an effective way to implement early pipeline testing. It’s lightweight, fast, and able to scale with development as they incorporate more testing into their workflows.

This whitepaper explains how headless testing works, when to use it, and where headless testing fits within a test strategy that includes other types of testing, including cross-browser testing.

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HeadlessCross browserDevOpsAgile Development