Make your own Robotic Tester with Docker, FFmpeg and codeception

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Tuesday, October 24 2017
16:00 - 17:00
Room:
Forum 2+3

During my presentation I will describe setup that my company (Codesushi) developed. This setup mimics Ghost Inspector service. The big plus of Ghost Inspector is ability to record a video of failed tests. We love that feature so we developed a way to achieve that in our own architecture. Key points of the presentation:

– explanation of this concept

– introduction to Docker

– our way of dockerizing PHP App

– explanation of the idea: how we can dockerize browser and have ability to record sessions

– codeception setup

– binding it with Jenkins or any other CI

This Session Diese Session Take me to the current program of . Hier geht es zum aktuellen Programm von London London , New York New York or oder Munich München .

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