Hey, Testers 😀
Hey, testers 😀
LambdaTest now supports automated browser testing using k6, an open-source tool by Grafana. This allows you to accelerate web automation by leveraging immense k6 core capabilities to perform browser testing at scale on the LambdaTest cloud across different browsers and OS combinations.
👉 For more information, head over to our blog Scaling End-To-End Web Testing With Grafana k6 And LambdaTest.
📕 To get started with k6 browser testing, check our support document: k6 Browser Testing
Hey folks 😀
We at LambdaTest have consistently delivered excellence in orchestrating and executing tests at scale for businesses across the spectrum. Today, we are thrilled to announce an exciting new leap in our journey: the Test Intelligence Platform.
Infused with AI, our newly launched Test Intelligence Platform is set to revolutionize software testing. With each test execution, it refines its recommendations and augments its predictive capabilities. As a result, you can devote more time and energy to creating robust tests and receiving actionable feedback faster.
As the Test Intelligence Platform enters private beta, we're excited to see how you enjoy this advanced level of testing.
Interested in learning more about Test Intelligence? You can get involved in the following ways:
📢 Exciting News!
Get ready to elevate your mobile testing experience! We are excited to announce the support for Playwright testing (in beta) on real Android devices. 🎭
You can now perform Playwright browser testing on LambdaTest on over 100+ real Android devices from a wide range of OEMs, including Samsung, Xiaomi, Google, Microsoft, and more.
For more information, read our product update blog.
To get started, check our guide on Playwright Testing on Android Real Devices.
Hey folks 👋
We are excited to announce the introduction of the LambdaTest Tunnel Docker Extension. This latest addition to our platform empowers you to perform seamless cross browser testing of locally hosted websites and web applications across 3000+ browser and OS environments.
Key Features 🔻
📕 Here is our quick guide to get you started - LambdaTest Tunnel Docker Extension
We also added a few latest browsers to our browser farm. These new additions further enhance your testing capabilities and ensure comprehensive coverage for your web testing needs.
Browser Testing 🌐
Hey folks 😀
LambdaTest's Automation now supports Build Inactivity Time, also known as Build Splitting logic, which allows you to track your progress by identifying tests run at specific intervals.
The Build Splitting logic lets you specify a time interval, after which the system will mark the build as complete after waiting for the specified period of time. As a result, if you run new builds after this time period, they will be created as new builds.
📕 For more details, visit the documentation - Setting Up the Build Inactivity Time
Here are some additional enhancements to LambdaTest Automation 👇
Experience hassle-free debugging with the all-new LT Debug 2.0 🔧
Our latest update comes packed with three powerful new features to simplify your workflow. 👇
📌 Record and Replay Tests using Chrome DevTools Recorder
You can replay or retest user flow as an automated test on 3000+ browser and OS combinations on the LambdaTest cloud grid without downloading the code and running it manually on your local machine.
📌 CSS Inspector
With the CSS Inspector, you can access the CSS properties of any HTML element by selecting the specific element on the web page.
This will help you make changes to a website’s CSS rules in real time to debug layout issues, test different color schemes, optimizing a website’s performance by identifying and removing unused CSS code.
📌 Color Picker
The Color Picker feature allows you to get the color of any pixel on the screen with a single click on the extension. It helps you select and apply colors to various elements of a web page, making it easier to debug and customize the visual appearance of the interface.
📄 Read our blog to know more - Introducing LT Debug 2.0
LambdaTest Automation now supports Telemetry Logs to take your Selenium debugging experience to the next level 🚀
With Telemetry Logs, you can gain greater insights into your Selenium tests and unearth issues faster than ever before. By leveraging Selenium 4 and OpenTelemetry integration, view the tracing of requests and event logs for each request to troubleshoot your test sessions. 🔍
📕 To get started, check out our documentation - Selenium Debugging using Telemetry Logs
Hey Folks 😃
LambdaTest's Browser Testing now supports Safari Web Inspector on real iOS devices. You can now debug web apps in iOS Safari sessions with our native Safari Web Inspector.
In addition, here are some minor feature additions and bug fixes.
📌 In Real Device App Testing, you can now view the version of your uploaded apps in the app listing section.
📌 Previously, the app listing section in LambdaTest's Real Device App Testing displayed the time at which the user last synced App Centre with LambdaTest, rather than the exact time when the app was uploaded to the App Centre.
However, we have now updated the app listing section to show the precise time at which the app was uploaded to the App Centre.
Hey folks 😀
Here are a new set of features from LambdaTest's Real Time Testing 👇
Latest Browsers in Real Time Testing 🕑
Newest Integration with FogBugz 🔗
Avoid the hassle of maintaining bugs and tasks manually. With our newest integration with FogBugz, file bugs in a single click while performing cross browser testing of your website from the LambdaTest platform to your FogBugz instance.
Other Enhancements: The LambdaTest Integration for Zapier has been optimized for improved performance ⬆