One of the biggest hurdles to successful automated testing is making sure that when your tests fail, they’re legitimate failures. Getting false positives is a slippery slope that can easily lead to a death knell for any testing initiative.
This holds true in automated visual testing with common issues like elements being offset by a pixel, dynamic content, and making sure things work across different screen sizes.
If left unchecked, they can quickly erode any momentum you have with automated visual testing. Read more…