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Lindsay Cade
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It’s a big day here at Percy — we’re announcing support for cross-browser visual testing!

To give our customers even more visual insight into every visual change across environments, we’re thrilled to launch cross-browser visual testing in Percy . Now, in addition to reviewing visual changes across responsive widths , all Percy customers can review visual changes across both Chrome and Firefox, with more browsers to come.

As web developers know all too well, maintaining visual accuracy and consistency across the increasingly-fragmented environment of different browsers, widths, and devices can be quite a challenge. It makes it very easy for visual bugs to slip through the cracks and make it out to customers.

At Percy, we’re trying to make the challenge of getting that confidence much easier — now, with just one click!

This feature is an integral part of our goals to reduce time spent manually testing, and ultimately help teams deploy more frequently and confidently by improving cross-browser visibility.

How itworks

We take rendering performance and consistency seriously — so seriously, in fact, that from the start we’ve built our own custom rendering infrastructure specifically tailored for visual testing.

Our original Firefox-based infrastructure and “DOM snapshotting” model has been with us from the beginning. It’s a major driver behind how we’ve been able to solve many of the hard problems in visual testing such as deterministic rendering, snapshot stability through font and animation freezing , and performance optimization.

As part of this launch and massive effort to get Chrome rendering into our infrastructure, we’ve built all of those features and learnings into automating Chrome as well, ensuring that scalability and performance are up to par. This was supported by advances in Chrome’s own screenshotting APIs and the Chrome Remote Debugging protocol, which we make extensive use of to do things like full-page rendering, viewport stitching, and incorporate our animation freezing and snapshot stabilization technology.

Getting started

All Percy customers can now enable cross-browser testing–head over to your project settings to add Chrome and Firefox rendering to your builds.

New projects will have both Firefox and Chrome enabled by default. For current projects, you can enable Chrome in just a single click. Once enabled, each build will show separate snapshots for each browser, highlighting the visual changes specific to each.

Enabling cross-browser visual testing will not affect the speed of your CI runs, as all rendering is handled entirely within Percy’s infrastructure per usual. Enabling additional browsers does impact snapshot usage and creates new baselines for subsequent builds for those projects.

To learn more, visit our documentation for cross-browser testing .

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we have in store for the coming months to make visual testing an even more integral part of delivering software.

If you have any questions about how to get started with cross-browser visual testing, don’t hesitate to drop us a line.

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Heartwarming video has emerged showing the moment a little girl with cerebral palsy walked for the first time.

After having major spinal surgery in May, the parents of Michigan girl Maya Tisdale were told it may take up to a year for her to walk again.

But the girl, whose family call her “Mighty Miss Maya”, proved her doctors wrong, walking after just seven weeks.

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Maya, four, takes her first steps as her family watches on. Source: Storyful

“I’m walking!” Maya says, smiling and laughing before adding: “Yes!”

“I’m walking, you guys, without my canes.

“I even did a big step.”

Maya, who is four, had to use canes and walkers to move around before her surgery.

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“I’m walking!”, Maya says. “Yes!” Source: Storyful

Doctors performed selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) surgery,a neurosurgical procedure that selectively destroys problematic nerve roots in the spinal cord.

“This girl is on fire,” Maya’s mother posted to Facebook after the video of her daughter taking her first steps went viral.

“I can’t believe how many times this has already been shared.

“So happy to share this moment with the world. I hope this gives other parents hope for their kiddos with CP.”

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Maya previously walked with support. Source: Instagram/MightyMissMaya
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By Dr. Eric Ostermeier February 18, 2013

More than one-third of deceased U.S. presidents died in June or July; none passed away in May

The recognition of George Washington’s birthday by the federal government (and Abraham Lincoln’s birthday by many state governments and the culture generally) highlights the month of February as the month in which the nation’s most famous presidents were born.

Two other presidents were born in February – William Harrison (February 9) and Ronald Reagan (February 6) – though the most common month is October which saw the births of John Adams (October 30), Rutherford Hayes (October 4), Chester Arthur (October 5), Teddy Roosevelt (October 27), Dwight Eisenhower (October 14), and Jimmy Carter (October 1).

Only two presidents have during the month of February: John Quincy Adams (February 23, 1948) and Woodrow Wilson (February 3, 1924).

The most common time of the year in which the 38 deceased presidents in U.S. history have passed away is the summer.

Six presidents died in the month of June:

James Madison (June 28, 1836) Andrew Jackson (June 8, 1845) James Polk (June 15, 1849) James Buchanan (June 1, 1868) Grover Cleveland (June 24, 1908) Ronald Reagan (June 5, 2004)

With seven more dying in July:

Thomas Jefferson (July 4, 1826) John Adams (July 4, 1826) James Monroe (July 4, 1831) Zachary Taylor (July 9, 1850) Martin Van Buren (July 24, 1862) Andrew Johnson (July 31, 1875) Ulysses Grant (July 23, 1885)

Jefferson and Adams died famously just a few hours apart on Independence Day, with Monroe doing so as well just five years later.

Though they are not the only pair of presidents to die on the same day of the year.

Millard Fillmore and William Taft both passed away on March 8th – in 1874 and 1930 respectively.

Meanwhile, Harry Truman and Gerald Ford both died the day after Christmas – on December 26th 1972 and 2006 respectively.

Five died in January: John Tyler, Rutherford Hayes, Teddy Roosevelt, Calvin Coolidge, Lyndon Johnson

Two in February: John Quincy Adams, Woodrow Wilson

Four in March: Millard Fillmore, Benjamin Harrison, William Taft, Dwight Eisenhower

Four in April: William Harrison, Abraham Lincoln, Franklin Roosevelt, Richard Nixon

One in August: Warren Harding

Two in September: James Garfield, William McKinley

Two in October: Franklin Pierce, Herbert Hoover

Two in November: Chester Arthur, John Kennedy

Three in December: George Washington, Harry Truman, Gerald Ford

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In fact, more than one-third of deceased presidents have died in the months of June and July – including 12 of the first 22 men to serve in the office.
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