Coding Jag Weekly: 55th Issue Is Out!

Welcome to the 55th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

With over 10 million users worldwide, it is no secret that Selenium has long been a popular option among test automation engineers. 

However, does it still provide the right solution for test automation?

Cypress is a fairly new test automation framework that has acquired a notable reputation in the space of automation testing. 

This edition explores the answer to the question - Is Selenium still the right choice for Test Automation? and much more.


Coding Jag Weekly: 54th Issue Is Out!

Welcome to the 54th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

When it comes to deciding what works best for you, there are always more options. However, it’s better to organize those options into three categories.

This issue deep dives into leveraging the “The Power Of Three Plans” technique while creating a test plan.

Also, do check out some other intriguing topics around the testing world we've covered in this edition.


Coding Jag Weekly: 53rd Issue Is Out!

Welcome to the 53rd edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

A robust QA process must fulfill the needs of the stakeholders to ensure the continuous delivery of high-quality products. 

But how can we ensure that our QA process is robust and mature?

The Quality Maturity Model assists teams in determining how well they are performing in terms of behaviors that support the development of high-quality products.


Coding Jag Weekly: 52nd Issue Is Out!

Welcome to the 52nd edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

What is Testing? Does it fall into Automated or Manual testing categories or there is more to it?

In this edition of Coding Jag, we explore some of the most important aspects of testing, like continuous testing, chaos engineering, and other QA-related topics.


Coding Jag Weekly: 51st Issue Is Out!

Welcome to the 51st edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

Testing as a process saw a significant update with newer technologies and automation making them faster, and more reliable.  

Right from modern agile, cloud testing to Artificial Intelligence in testing and more, we have seen a radical change. 

This issue deep dives into the future of testing and changes in the last 5 years.  

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Coding Jag Weekly: 50th Issue Is Out!

Welcome to the 50th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

Organizations are striving harder to supercharge the process for faster delivery to ensure customer contentment. 

For faster releases and lesser delivery time, you need to ensure optimal testing is done. This is where cloud testing infrastructure and Artificial Intelligence come into play.

In this issue, we will take a closer look at the key benefits of AI in functional testing.



Coding Jag Weekly: 48th Issue Is Out!

Welcome to the 48th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

We’re a testing culture. Our goal is to deliver quality products that delight our users. 

To accomplish this, we must adhere to best practices and utilize an iterative approach to ensure outstanding usability at all phases of the development lifecycle.

In this edition, let’s talk about enjoying the rare win-win-win of “better, faster, cheaper” testing!


Now Choose Download Location, Media Pagination, Mark/Share Error Reports & More!

Hey Testers 👋 

The latest release of LT Browser is here with the new features & enhancements! 💥 


1. Choose The Download Location Of Media Files 📁

You can now choose the location to download your media files. Just click on the Download button, select the desired location, and save the media files.

2. Save Media Files On Cloud Or Local System

You can now save the media files on the cloud (not applicable for freemium users after 14 days) or simply to your local system (applicable for both premium and freemium users).

3. Media Pagination 📄

Till now, the LT Browser Media tab shows a maximum of 10 screenshots and 50 videos, with no option to see more images/videos. To fix this, we've added a Load More button, allowing you to view more media files.

4. Autofill Feature In The URL Search Bar 🔎

With the autofill feature for the URL search bar, you'll now get the relevant suggestions while typing your search query.

5. Mark And Share Error/Bug Reports 🐞

You can now mark and share bug reports for single or multiple errors. To share the error reports with your teammates/colleagues, you will need an email address.

6. View Resolution For Different Device Viewports 

You can now view the common resolutions for different device viewports for Desktops, Mobiles & Tablets In the Add Custom Device section.


Until now you need to click on the New tab to type the search query. To minimize your efforts, you can now start typing the search query without any extra click in the URL bar. 

Kick start your responsive testing with these new features & let us know your experiences & feedback on the LT Browser Feedback board.

Happy Testing!

Coding Jag Weekly: 47th Edition Is Out!

Hey Testers 👋 

The latest 47th edition of Coding Jag is out now! 

There is no ideal solution for achieving balance; each team must choose what works best for them. 

A critical question that a team must ask is, "How much testing should we conduct, and what standard architecture can we typically expect?"

Let’s try and avoid that by finding the perfect QA balance! 

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