Camera Image Injection in Android, Idle Timeout support, and more

Hi there! 👋 

Here is a quick rundown of the latest additions to the manual and automated app testing for real devices 

Camera Image Injection 📷 

The Camera Injection feature for Android is now live in LambdaTest's App Testing.


Support for Idle Timeout 🕑 

Added support for Idle Timeout on Android and iOS devices.


New Parameters for Uploading App via App URL  

  1. custom_id: This parameter lets you change the way the LambdaTest cloud servers store the link while uploading an app using App URL.
  2. visibility:  Using this parameter, you can change the visibility of the application being uploaded. Once the app is uploaded using the team value, everyone in the organization can access the same App URL to run the tests.

Apply Visual and Exception filters at once   

In App Automation, now you can apply Visual and Exception filters simultaneously.

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Test on Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 and Z Flip4, DevRev integration and more

Hey folks 😀 

We've got some great features for you this week. Check it out 👇

  • LambdaTest's virtual testing platform now supports real-time mobile web and native app testing on the new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4.
  • The newest integration with DevRev enables you to log bugs directly from the LambdaTest platform to your DevRev instance. Please refer to our guide DevRev integration
  • Now easily switch between Safari Web Inspector and Chrome DevTools while testing iOS applications. 

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Live with Automation testing for OTT Streaming Devices

Hey LambdaTesters 👋 

We are pleased to launch our automation testing offering for OTT streaming devices! 📺

You can now perform native app automation of your Smart TV apps with real Apple TV, Roku TV, and Amazon Fire TV online using LambdaTest's Real device cloud. 

With features like parallel testing, remote control management, Appium integration, and localization testing, among others, enterprises can thoroughly test their digital offerings. 

Test on Smart TV ->

Coding Jag Weekly: 113th Issue is out

Welcome to the 113th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

To streamline the development workflow, Visual Studio Code is the popular choice among web developers. With the help of extensions, they can add languages, tools, etc. to simplify their web development process.

In this issue of Coding Jag, discover the best VS Code code extension for you, based on your project, budget, and more!

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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

Coding Jag Weekly: 108th Issue is out

Welcome to the 108th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

In order to ensure successful product delivery, QA bridges the gap between testers and developers by providing collaboration on how software applications work. 

But with the software industry constantly evolving and AI coming to the forefront, where is the future of QA in DevOps?

In this issue of Coding Jag, we explore what lies ahead for QAs and more!

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