What is JSConf.Asia? JSConf.Asia (@jsconfasia, #jsconfasia) brings together some of the top minds in front-end development, web design and open source software for three days of learning and networking. This year’s conference will be held at LASALLE College of Arts in Singapore, June 14 – 16.
The 2019 curated line-up covers over 40 talks, lectures and workshops on the latest trends in web design, JS, CSS, UX, front-end web development, as well as Node and software engineering fundamentals.
We are excited to share that Gil Tayar, Senior Architect @ Applitools, will be taking the stage at JSConf.Asia. Gil will present his talk: “Node ES Modules – Almost, But Not Entirely Unlike CommonJS” @ 11:35 a.m. SST.
Gil’s presentation will cover NativeES modules: yes, they are coming, and everyone will be talking about and using them in the years to come. Gil will describe the differences between NativeES and CommonJS to prepare developers for the tricky, subtle transition.
We are proud to be sponsors of JSConf.Asia 2019, where we will share the latest visual testing and monitoring techniques that support automation and improved visual UI testing through the Application Visual Management (AVM) approach.
We’re excited to share the latest developments around end-to-end visual testing and monitoring techniques that support QA automation and continuous quality. One of the latest additions to the product toolkit is Applitools’ new Visual Grid, which helps QA teams create the fastest, easiest path to test automation success.
Be sure to stop by our booth at the expo hall to meet our amazing team, get your “Visually Perfect” swag, and learn more about Visual AI.
Also, make sure to check out the results from the 2019 State of Automated Visual Testing Report. Conducted as an independent survey of over 400 companies, the data outlines research findings regarding the connection between visual testing and overall software quality, and identifies key patterns that drive excellence in Application Visual Management. The report finds that the average company allows over 108 visual bugs to escape into production annually, with the most challenged 30% of companies see 22 bugs escape per release — costing them close to $7 million annually.
If you want to learn more from other QA and software testing experts, connect with the world-class instructors over at Test Automation University for a free, community-driven collection of educational training courses.
We hope to see you there!