Tune in on April 15th to learn how Ansible revamped their testing efforts by deleting all of their old tests and starting from scratch with Cypress.
In this webcast, we'll cover how Ansible made the decision to re-write their frontend in React, and how they ultimately switched to Cypress after a two-week tool comparison process.
Next, you'll learn:
How the team implemented Cypress, and their initial testing strategy for their re-write
How their Cypress usage has evolved over the past two years—including how they run their entire E2E suite in 14 minutes (3 minutes faster than their unit test suite)
How they’ve drastically improved their ratio of escaped bugs, and how they use the Cypress Dashboard to lower triage time and break down barriers between their developers and QA engineers.
Finally, we'll discuss the next steps and future plans for the Ansible Tower team: increased coverage, automated translation testing, and more. We'll conclude the webcast with live Q&A from our audience.
Note: If you can't attend the live broadcast, go ahead and register anyway - we'll be sure to send a recording of the webcast to all registrants.