Here is a brief review of their talks and links to their presentations.
The talk covers the rationale behind the framework’s unique design, the test lab structure, test execution and reporting, and the test framework. The majority of the session included going over the framework’s source code and implementation details.
You can see Michal’s slide-deck right here:
In our second session, Eli Givoni from JFrog presented how to set up your Selenium tests to run from Jenkins.
The talk covers Jenkins setup, useful plugins, configuring nightly, triggered and on-demand test execution, tips for managing multiple browsers in a CI environment, reporting, etc.
The majority of the session included hands-on demonstrations of these activities using Groovy.
You can see Eli’s slide-deck here:
Join over 400 Test Automation professionals: become a member of the Selenium Israel Meetup right here.
To read more about Applitools’ visual UI testing and Application Visual Management (AVM) solutions, check out the resources section on the Applitools website. To get started with Applitools, request a demo or sign up for a free Applitools account.