BitBucket Pipelines - Selenium

Is it possible to execute Selenium in a BitBucket Pipeline for automated functional testing. I'm not sure if this is possible and if it is how a browser is called from a docker image? or do we have to integrate with another system from pipeline such as Browserstack?


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Hey @ismail,

It's absolutely possible to run Selenium inside Bitbucket Pipelines, in fact we test bitbucket pipelines itself in this way. I would consider this an advanced setup however and we haven't put together many great resource to help everyone through it.

For the best experience however I would recommend using one of our partners like Browserstack; they even have a repo ready to go




executing the functional tests in a docker container where the selenium server runs should work in the pipeline without any problems. Did you try out this approach already?

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This article may also help users attempting to run Selenium tests in Pipelines without an external service like Browserstack:

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