LambdaTest's HyperExecute is now available at the Microsoft Azure Marketplace!

Hey Folks 😀 

Our intelligent test orchestration platform - HyperExecute, is now available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. 💥 

Testers and developers can now deploy and manage their cloud applications on the productive and trusted Azure platform. ☁️



We are now one step closer to helping the QA & developer communities ship code at lightning speed.🚀 

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Set Browser Options, Compare Visual UI tests by hiding DOM Elements, and more!

Hey folks 👋 

Check out what's new in Automation testing 👇

AUTOMATION

  • For Playwright, Puppeteer & Taiko frameworks, you can now pass browser options to the test via the browserOptions capability.
  • Group your Cypress builds (executed on LambdaTest) on ReportPortal using CI_BUILD_ID. 

Smart Visual UI Testing

  • Compare your Visual Regression test results with dynamic content on your website by hiding the DOM elements.

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New Capabilities in Smart Visual UI testing!

Hey Testers 😀 

Visual UI testing now has two new capabilities, allowing you to name Screenshots and compare builds based on their names.

  • Show Screenshot Name  

 driver.executeScript("smartui.takeScreenshot=screenshot_name")

  • Compare Builds By Names ✅ 

"smartUI.compare": "byName" 

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New features in Automation!

Hey People! 😀 

Here is a quick rundown of the latest features added to LambdaTest Automation 👇 

LambdaTest SmartUI

  • Capture Full-Page Screenshot feature on Chrome browsers.📷 
  • If the SmartUI Project doesn't exist then it will automatically create a Project with the name you specify in the smartUI.project capability.

WEB AUTOMATION

  • Addition of the 'REMARK' field above Command logs for Playwright tests.

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Introducing the 'allowHosts' capability in LambdaTest Tunnel!

Hey Testers 😀 

With the latest tunnel binary release, we have added a new capability -allowHosts to provide domains that will be resolved from the LambdaTest Tunnel binary and the rest from the LambdaTest servers.

Using the -allowHosts capability will reduce latency during test execution as data will be transferred from the tunnel client. Additionally, you can use this to control the flow of traffic from a user's network.

–allowHosts <comma_separated_domains>

Shown below is an example of -allowHosts capability 👇 

./LT  --user <username> --key <secret> –allowHosts google.com,apple.com, amazon.com 

New Features For Underpass

Hello Testers 👋

After receiving a warm response and constructive feedback, our Underpass app is now out of beta testing. Experience a more stable, secure and faster UI-based desktop application to help you perform browser testing of your locally hosted projects with ease. 

The latest version is 1.8.3041 

1. Differentiate Updates With Colour Codes: 
With colour codes you can easily differentiate the updates that occur on the Underpass tunnel logs screen. Thus helping you acknowledge warning or error messages with ease. 

2. Easy To Access & Share Log Directory from the main screen: 
We have made the cumbersome process of finding the log directory link easy. Now you can access and share the path directly from the main screen. 

3. Ability to Change the Log Directory Path:
Now you can change and choose your desired log path using GUI in Underpass.

4. Performance Enhancements:
We have also improved the performance of the Underpass app and worked closely on the stability issues and key enhancements.



We're Live With Latest Browsers, GitHub Action For Tunnel And AirTable Integration

Howdy Testers! At LambdaTest, our users are a big part of our journey, as we constantly work towards giving the best experience to our users. This is why we’re constantly working to give you better user experience.

Perform Real-Time Testing Over Latest Browsers

 We realise how important are the latest browsers are for your testing efforts, this is why we constantly work to get the lastest browsers to improve your testing coverage. 

 

Here are the latest browsers for Real-time testing:

  • Chrome 83 & Chrome 84 Beta
  • Firefox 77
  • Test on Edge 81,  Edge 83 &  Edge 84 Beta 
  • Opera 68, Opera 69 Beta 

Now Live With Latest Chrome, Firefox, Edge & Opera Browsers

GitHub Actions To Launch Lambda Tunnel

The GitHub community can now leverage GitHub action for Lambda Tunnel to test locally hosted web pages with ease. Simply embed the Lambda Tunnel GitHub action into your Job. Once the GitHub action is triggered, it will automatically take care of setting up the binary file & executing Selenium automation tests using the Lambda Tunnel. Pace up your GitHub workflows now!

GitHub Action to Launch Lambda Tunnel

LambdaTest Now Integrates With AirTable 

With LambdaTest integration with Airtable, you can manage your bugs more efficiently and effectively while performing cross browser testing. This integration enables you to easily mark your bugs, keep a track of them, share, and collaborate with your team on your Airtable project. Your bugs get logged in your respective table, you can fill up the fields such as associated feature, bug source, assignee, etc.

After you’ve marked the bugs, you can see that these bugs logged in the table, along with all the entered information. You can also see the environment on which the test was performed along with the screenshot URL of the marked bug, which routes you to the screenshot.

LambdaTest Now Integrates With Airtable


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