After launching our Marketplace App last week, we wanted to take a moment to talk about our new Bitbucket Cloud integration and give a quick intro to visual testing.
If you're not familiar with Percy, we're a visual testing and review platform that integrates into your stack and workflow. With Percy, there are several ways to add snapshots to your web application, component library, or static site to automate manual QA and catch visual bugs.
Once integrated, Percy works by capturing DOM snapshots, rendering them as full-page screenshots, and comparing them to relevant baselines. If visual changes (also known as visual diffs) are detected, Percy highlights them for your team to review:
Percy also provides a collaborative review workflow to provide continuous visual feedback as you develop software. Tests run alongside your CI/CD suite and integrate directly with your pull requests and code reviews. We’re proud to support both Bitbucket Pipelines and Bitbucket Cloud.
Coupled with a CI integration, our new Bitbucket Cloud integration makes it easy to run visual tests alongside every code review.
By connecting your Bitbucket repositories with Percy builds, this integration synchronizes visual reviews and status updates on each pull request. If visual changes are detected, Percy alerts you directly in your pull request checks:
Clicking the Percy status update will take you to your Percy build, making it easy to review and merge intended changes—or implement a fix.
In addition to posting status updates to Bitbucket repositories, this integration allows us to pull metadata from pull requests into builds. It also helps us pick the most relevant baseline snapshots.
For more details on installing our Bitbucket Cloud integration, check out our docs and to get started with visual testing, sign up for a free Percy account. Our free plan comes with 5,000 monthly snapshots, and you can upgrade anytime to a larger plan starting at $29/month.
We’re so excited to better support teams working with the Atlassian product stack and welcome your questions and feedback—just drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payton O'Neal [Percy]
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