Modern product development teams are adopting CI/CD and releasing product updates faster than ever before - weekly, daily or even multiple times a day. However, with this progress comes added challenges. Oftentimes, quality becomes a bottleneck for these teams due to the time it takes to run and maintain reliable, effective tests. Ultimately, it becomes nearly impossible for testing to keep up with code deployments.

However, once CI/CD and intelligent automated testing are tightly integrated, it enables a scalable rapid release cycle - without sacrificing application quality. 

Bitbucket Pipelines brings continuous integration and delivery to Bitbucket Cloud, empowering teams to build, test, and deploy their code within Bitbucket. mabl’s Bitbucket Pipe is a native integration that allows users to tightly integrate automated testing into CI/CD. Plus, with Code insights in Bitbucket Pipelines, you can create an “intelligent pipeline” by running tests against every code commit and see the results within your pull requests.




mabl and Bitbucket Pipelines together accelerate development by:

+ Automatically testing builds for visual, functional and performance regressions on every deployment

+ Enabling your CI/CD workflow to automatically make informed decisions (such as promoting or demoting a build) based on individual test output – decisions that would otherwise have been done manually

+ Showing test results for every PR in Code insights in Bitbucket Pipelines so users can catch issues earlier in the development cycle

Get the value of integrating automated testing into your development workflow


Enable faster, more efficient pipeline management


Reduce the cost of issue resolution by catching them earlier in the dev lifecycle


Reduce the time devs have to spend on tedious server configuration and bug fixing

The integration with Pipelines has the ease of a native plugin, but with an innate ability to customize more complex workflows. You can store and manage your build configurations in a single bitbucket-pipelines.yml file and get started with only 7 lines of code, then with only 4 more to create a mabl Pipe. There are no CI servers to set up, testing scripts or grids to manage. Just enable Pipelines and plug in the mabl Pipe to run cross-browser test suites.