Without Continuous Integration or CI, developers would need to manually coordinate, communicate, and test while contributing code to the end product each time. This, in turn, affects the production and causes a delay in release. So, it is crucial to use a Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery tool with Selenium to automate the tests continuously. According to the recent survey by Atlassian, 75 percent of production teams face bugs, glitches, or delays at release time.
With Bitbucket CI coming into the picture, it will go a long way in helping developers with their daily operations. To ensure faster and smoother delivery, organizations use Selenium Grid Cloud to automate their test suite. It allows you to run tests faster, with fewer errors in a robust manner. In this article, you’ll learn how to integrate Selenium Bitbucket Pipelines. We will offer a step-by-step walkthrough to guide you through the entire process. Let’s get to it, shall we?