The web-platform-tests project is a massive suite of tests (over one million in total) which verify that software (mostly web browsers) correctly implement web technologies. It’s as important as it is ambitious: the health of the web depends on a plurality of interoperable implementations.
Although Bocoup has been contributing to the web-platform-tests, or “WPT,” for many years, it wasn’t until late in 2017 that we began collecting test results from web browsers and publishing them to wpt.fyi
Talk about doing God’s work.
The rest of the article is about the incredible pain of scaling a test suite that big. Ultimately Azure Pipelines was helpful.
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