New HyperExecute Widgets in Analytics Dashboard

Hey Folks 😀 

Out of the box, we've built the new widgets for HyperExecute in the LambdaTest Analytics Dashboard where you can get all the HyperExecute insights in one place. 📊 ⚡

The three new widgets for HyperExecute include 👇 

Job Summary

The Job Summary widget enables you to track the total Jobs being run on HyperExecute grouped by their status including Completed, Partially Completed, Failed, Aborted, Timeout, and Lambda Error.

Task Summary

The Task Summary widget enables you to track the total Tasks being executed in specific Jobs on HyperExecute grouped by their status including Completed, Skipped, Failed, Aborted, Timeout, and Lambda Error.

Stage Summary

The Stage Summary widget enables you to track the total Stages being executed inside every Task on HyperExecute grouped by their status including Completed, Skipped, Failed, Aborted, Cancelled, and Lambda Error.

For more details, please visit our quick guide on Analytics modules for HyperExecute.

Bonus Addition: For Web automation, App automation, and HyperExecute, you can now filter widget information based on Test Name.


New Analytics Dashboard in Automation

Hey folks 👋 

Glad to announce that we are now live with the new Analytics Dashboard for test automation. 📈 

The New Analytics Dashboard provides you with the ability to create dashboards and custom widgets for test analytics. 

So you have the freedom to build your own custom views with various widgets and get the intended insights for the stakeholders in no time by creating dashboards. 📊 

LambdaTest supports Analytics for the following offerings 👇 

  • Web browser automation
  • App automation
  • HyperExecute

For more details, check our following resources:

Try out the new Analytics Dashboard 🚀 

Now test on the latest Google Pixel 7 Series

Hey LambdaTesters 😀 

We've got some great news!

The LambdaTest's Real device cloud now supports manual and automated app testing of mobile web and native apps on the latest Google Pixel 7 Series 📱 

Make your mobile application testing even more diverse by testing on the real Google Pixel 7 series.

Start testing now

Live with New LambdaTest App Automation Dashboard

Hi there! 👋 

We are pleased to announce the release of our new LambdaTest App Automation Dashboard, which will make your mobile app testing process simpler and help you find and fix bugs quickly.

The new App Automation Dashboard comes with several new features and improvements. Here are the highlights:

  • Easy to use navigation.
  • Search across Build Name/ID, Test Name, and Test ID.
  • Filter builds based on Date, Frameworks, Status, Users, and Project.
  • View the progress of your build, session, and tests in a single view.
  • Debug easily with rich Test Logs, Device Logs, Networks Logs and Appium Logs.
  • Share Test Logs with your team members.
  • Upload the application from your local system.
  • View Meta data of your automation tests.
  • Get access to resources like documentation, GitHub samples, and more.

Give our new app automation dashboard a spin. 🙂 

Run Screenshot tests on macOS Ventura

Hey LambdaTesters 😀 

Glad to announce the support for screenshot testing on macOS Ventura 💻 

Now quickly identify browser compatibility issues on macOS Ventura by taking cross-browser screenshots in a single click. 📷 

We also added new browser versions for automated screenshot testing 🌐 

  • Chrome 103, 102
  • Firefox 102, 101
  • Edge 103, 102
  • Opera 88, 87

Start testing now

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