Introducing the LambdaTest's AI- Test Intelligence Platform

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:

  • Sign up to stay updated about our Test Intelligence platform. Be the first to know about new features, webinars, and more.
  • Start testing today. Dive into our platform and discover the power of Test Intelligence.

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Live with Playwright Testing on Real Android Devices

📢 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.

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Organize your tests using Build Inactivity Time

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 👇 

  • The Live Interaction feature is now supported on macOS - Monterey and Ventura.
  • Newly added Lambda Hooks to interpret test results: skipped, ignored, unknown, and, error.

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Live with New Widget: Job Queue Time Trends

Now visualize your job queue time in an easy-to-read time-series plot using the Job Queue Time Trends widget for HyperExecute. It enables you to see how much time each job spends in the queue before execution, giving you an overview of your testing pipeline's efficiency. 🕛

How this widget helps you?
  1. Identify bottlenecks: By monitoring your job queue time, you can quickly identify potential bottlenecks and take necessary actions to improve the efficiency of your testing pipeline.
  2. Optimize resource allocation: Understanding your job queue time helps you make informed decisions about resource allocation, ensuring that your testing infrastructure is used optimally.
  3. Improved collaboration: Share insights from the Job Queue Time Widget with your team members to foster collaboration and improve your testing processes.

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Debug your Selenium tests using Telemetry Logs

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

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LambdaTest Analytics: Widget Enhancements and New Features

We are glad to announce the latest release of LambdaTest Analytics, featuring significant enhancements to Edit Widget functionality, improved metric customization, and much more. 📊 

Below is a summary of the new features and improvements:

 Customize Widgets with Display Options

We have expanded the customization capabilities for our widgets. You can now modify the visualization of the widgets more easily, with options including:

  • Changing the graph type to suit the data representation better.
  • Showing or hiding graph legends for a cleaner and more focused view.

Ability to Change Metrics on Widget Views

Now you can control the percentage value displayed on the card widgets for Test Summary and Test Case Health Snapshot for Web Automation, App Automation, and HyperExecute. This added flexibility would help better tailor the displayed metrics to your specific project needs.

View or Hide Parallel and Queued Annotations

We have added a new display option for Concurrency Trends, giving you the ability to show or hide parallel and queued annotation lines. This feature will help you focus on the most relevant information while analyzing concurrency trends.

 Bonus addition:

📌 LambdaTest now supports web automation testing with Selenium 4.8.0.

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New features in Smart UI Testing

Hey Testers 😀 

LambdaTest's Visual Regression testing has rolled out some new features. Here are the ones.

  • Ability to compare static Storybook build files and run Smart UI tests using CI.
  • Now print the build report on the terminal logs upon completing your test runs. 

LambdaTest Analytics

  • Error Stats - In the Error Stats widget, we have now added the ability to inspect the jobs run on HyperExecute.

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Support for Cypress testing on macOS Ventura

Hey Folks 😀 

LambdaTest now allows you to run end-to-end Cypress tests on macOS Ventura. Test your web applications across 40+ different browsers running real macOS Ventura. 

In addition, we also released new browser versions for automation testing. 🌐  

  • Chrome 110 Beta, 109
  • Firefox 110 Beta, 109
  • Edge 108 Beta107

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Latest Features in LambdaTest Test Analytics

The LambdaTest Test Analytics platform has been upgraded with several new features. and enhancements. 📊 

Let's take a look 👇 

  • Support for filtering the dashboards by a particular time and date selection. This will help you get more precise results at the required timestamp.
  • Ability to edit the Dashboard Layout that helps you arrange your widgets according to the alignment of your choice.
  • New feature to copy or clone the existing dashboard with all the widgets and configurations, the same as the source dashboard, to explore more detailed insights by adding more widgets or filters without disturbing your current dashboard.
  • View the Job runs by Time Span Summary on every graph widget added for HyperExecute in the Dashboard. This feature is exclusive to HyperExecute users.

Bonus Additions

SmartUI Testing: LambdaTest Automation now allows you to perform visual regression testing using Puppeteer, Storybook, and GitHub App.

📕 Refer to the below guides to get started:

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LambdaTest Test Analytics: New Features

Hey, testers 😀 

Check out these new features added to LambdaTest Test Analytics. 👇 

  • Filter the Test Case Health Snapshot view according to your Count of Tests.

  • Added support for cloning the widgets in the Analytics Dashboard.

  • The new Task Status Ratio widget provides information about the quality of your current tasks based on the status marked on the LambdaTest platform.

Give these new features a try!

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