About this Report
This is a report on the progress made in the Mozilla Iris project through April 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 140 test case failures
- Expanded coverage for Download Manager tests
- Refactored Keyboard API and Testrail API binding for Iris 2
- Gated Iris 2 support on Windows to Python 3.5.3 to address compatibility issues
|By the Numbers||Change |
|310 Commits to master||-4 %||+142%|
|2,615 net new lines of code||-82%||-93%|
|312 issues resolved including:|
135 tests, 33 bug fixes, and 1 enhancement
In May the Iris 2.0 team continues to focus on refactoring the code base to Python 3 while the Iris 1.0 team continues to focus on its goal to implement 600 tests by the end of June. Meanwhile, the Iris Deployment team continues to focus on its goal to deploy Iris 1.0 in to the Release QA Firefox Desktop Beta sign-off process (a visit to the offices in Romania is planned to sprint to the finish line).