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Things to consider when running visual tests in CI/CD pipelines: Container Pipeline Edition (Part 3)


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If you’ve used Jenkins for awhile now, you might know you can run Jenkins within your Kubernetes cluster and take advantage of the Docker socket to run container based pipelines.

What is a container based pipeline? In short, it’s a pipeline where each task runs in a container. The benefit of this is I don’t need to spend time configuring my build server or build environment with all the necessary dependencies and binaries needed for my pipeline...

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