Visual regression testing is a type of software testing that involves comparing screenshots of an application's user interface to detect visual differences between versions. It can include testing various aspects of the application such as the user interface, functionality, performance, security, and compatibility with different devices, operating systems, and networks. Visual regression testing is crucial for ensuring that applications function correctly and provide a positive user experience. It can be conducted manually using physical devices or automatically using emulators or simulators.
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