All decks
  • Component Testing With Cypress and Applitools

    Functional and visual testing work very well together for end-to-end frontend tests. Component testing ensures a thorough validation of all our components' variants such as different inputs and states, edge-case network responses, and responsive widths.

  • Cypress and GoFundMe

    GoFundMe Charity's subscription-free fundraising platform uses powerful tools, including donation buttons, data solutions, and custom campaigns to provide a world-class fundraising experience for charities. In our upcoming webcast, find out how their QA and developers use Cypress to ensure quality across multiple projects.

  • JAMStack: netlify-plugin-cypress

    A short slide deck for JAMStack Virtual May 27th about Cypress Netlify build plugin.

  • Cypress and Optimizely

    Optimizely’s Progressive Delivery & Experimentation platform helps companies deliver better software, products, and growth. In our upcoming webcast, find out how the team uses Cypress to ensure quality across multiple platforms and third-party integrations.

  • Cypress and DHL

    In this webcast, Murat Ozcan, Test Lead for Siemens SW Hub, and Gleb Bahmutov, VP of Engineering at Cypress, will show how the Siemens SW Hub Cloud team uses Cypress to run hundreds of tests across multiple platforms to ensure all systems are working correctly for their Smart Infrastructure cloud product: Building Operator. Video at

  • Cypress and Happo is a cross-platform, cross-browser screenshot testing tool for modern user interfaces. By integrating Happo screenshots with your Cypress test suite, you can easily ensure both functional and visual quality in your applications.

  • Cypress and LightStep

  • How PlanGrid (Autodesk) Achieved Consistency in Automation Across 20 Development Teams to Ensure Quality in over 1 Million Projects

    Link to webcast: In this webcast, Tech Lead Brendan Drew and Engineering Manager Graeme Harvey (PlanGrid), along with VP of Engineering Gleb Bahmutov (, will demonstrate Plangrid’s approach to ensuring quality by using Cypress tests in a microservice (App Shell) web frontend model. They’ll also share best practices on keeping test code next to feature code.

  • End to End Testing Using Cypress

    Testing JavaScript apps is tough. What if I showed you a better way? Cypress is free and open source test runner geared towards developers. It runs directly next to your code giving you an incredible power. In short time you will be testing any app with full confidence and dare I say - pleasure. Presented at DevIntersection 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada

  • How Siemens SW Hub increased their test productivity by 38% using Cypress

    Link to webcast: We cover how Siemens SW Hub Chicago cloud team uses Cypress to run hundreds of tests across multiple platforms - to ensure all systems are working correctly for their Smart Infrastructure cloud product: Building Operator. We will explore real-world advanced UI and API tests Siemens uses to ensure quality, and show how they are using community-created plugins for the Cypress Test Runner that extend testing capabilities for visual testing, test retries, and more. Finally, we’ll demonstrate how to run combinations of tests across multiple testing environments to guarantee every code iteration and deployed system passes the tests. We’ll conclude the webcast by showing how Siemens SW Hub Cloud team: • Reduced test code by 49% • Increased productivity by 38% • Sped up test execution by 375%

  • Achievement Unlocked: All Things Open Conference

    The demand for developer productivity has never been greater. We are expected to continuously improve and release code, often several times a day. But how do we achieve this kind of velocity without introducing bugs? How can our codebase adapt to changing business requirements, while still keeping technical debt to a minimum? Video at

  • Wait, before you write your next test...

    This presentation looks at the variety of ways we can test a typical web application. From unit tests to end-to-end, from functional to visual testing, from happy paths to the edge cases - there are a lot of solutions available, and each new technique gives us additional confidence in our application. This presentation will teach you how to guide test writing using code coverage, how to reach into the application code to test edge cases, and how to decide when to stub a network API request and when to let it go through.

  • Cypress on Continuous Integration Server

    Link to webcast: Running end-to-end tests on each commit should be simple. In this presentation, we will review how Cypress should be installed and cached on a variety of CI systems.

  • Complete Code Coverage with Cypress

    Link to webcast: As you write more and more end-to-end tests, you probably find yourself wondering - do I need to write more tests? Are there parts of the application still untested? Are you running redundant tests that are wasting resources and time? This presentation shows how to achieve full code coverage using Cypress Test Runner through a combination of end-to-end and unit tests.

  • Cypress Intro

    A quick overview of Cypress Test Runner and a few Dashboard features