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Running browser-based test automation with Azure Pipelines by using SeleniumBase


Step 0. Fork the SeleniumBase repo on GitHub to get started quickly.

  • (You'll be using your own repository eventually.)

Step 1. Get Azure Pipelines from the GitHub Marketplace

Navigate to https://github.com/marketplace/azure-pipelines

  • Set up a new plan (it's free) and follow the steps...




Step 2. Go to Microsoft Azure DevOps to set up your environment

Select "Start free with GitHub >":


Give your new project a name and set visibility to public (for your SeleniumBase fork):


Select that your code is hosted on GitHub:


Select your fork of SeleniumBase as your repository:


Copy the azure-pipelines.yml file from SeleniumBase into the azure-pipelines.yml box to create your new pipeline:

When you're done copying, click "Run".


Step 3. Congratulations! Your browser tests are now running!

  • Here's what a SeleniumBase sample run in Azure Pipelines may look like:

https://dev.azure.com/seleniumbase/seleniumbase/_build/results?buildId=234


Every time you create a pull request now, Azure Pipelines will run your tests automatically.

To learn more, study SeleniumBase and see how the azure-pipelines.yml file works.

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