About this Report
This is a report on the progress made in the Mozilla Iris project through March 2019.
Mozilla Iris is a new test framework developed by Mozilla’s Product Integrity group. Unlike other automated test frameworks, Iris aims to visually validate user interaction thereby freeing up manual testers from completing the mundane but very necessary tasks performed each and every product release.
- Fixed several issues that were blocking Release QA from running Iris update tests
- Delivered a Testrail Best Practices guide to streamline workflow from and to Iris
- Expanded test coverage for Bookmarking in Firefox
|By the Numbers||Change |
|324 Commits to master||+77%||+153%|
|14,431 net new lines of code||+54%||-63%|
|204 issues resolved including:|
115 new tests, 85 bug fixes, and 4 enhancements
In April the Iris 2.0 team continues to drive hard refactoring Python 3 while the Iris 1.0 team continues to add more tests in its goal to achieve near-100% coverage of manual tests in Testrail. We will continue working through issues and making improvements to Release QA’s deployment in our goal to achieve full deployment for Firefox Beta on Desktop before the end of June.