It is a great resource for any person new to automation as an entry point because of its ease. The websites documentation is very helpful and there is a demo test suite that shows over 50 examples of what the tooling can do. I highly recommend it as both a learning platform and a test environment. The tool is open source but they have an optional dashboard that can keep your tests reporting in one place. Though if you connect the tool correctly to your CI program you should be able to save the created file as an artifact. Also since its node, it supports node modules. It uses mocha, so I was able to use the awesome Mochawesome test reporter.
I do not work for this company, even though I am super in love with the tool, so take what I say as a fanboy with no intention of selling the product to you, just relating my experiences entering automation through an easier path than my previous job required. As always this may not be the best tool for everyone depending on how your code looks, what type of applications you are running, and how willing a company is to use a nonstandard toolset. for our company, we use Clojure, Clojurescript, Datomic, and react with reFrame (relay clone for clojurescript) so my company has a higher tolerance for new types of software.