This article will cover how to set up and run Cypress test cases in CI/CD TeamCity. Cypress is a JavaScript-based end-to-end testing framework that can be used to test web applications. To execute Cypress test cases in a CI/CD pipeline using TeamCity, you can use the Cypress Test Runner as a build step in your pipeline. This can be configured to run the tests in a headless browser and generate test reports that can be used to track test results over time. Additionally, you can use TeamCity’s built-in features, such as notifications and analytics, to track the status of your tests and to be alerted when tests fail.

Prerequisites 

User already logged into TeamCity.
Code is already pushed to GitHub.
For the demo, use the latest version (12.3.0) of Cypress.

What Is TeamCity?

TeamCity is a continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) server developed by JetBrains. It is used to automate the building, testing, and deployment of software projects. TeamCity provides a web-based interface for configuring and managing builds, as well as for viewing build results and statistics.

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