[Webinar] Voices of Community: Building Selenium

Hey Folks 😀 

Join us on October 26th, 2022 for the next episode of Voices of Community on Building Selenium 📺 

🕛  02:00-03:00 PM BST | 6:30-7:30 PM IST 

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Speakers 🎤 

  • 👤 Simon Stewart - Creator, Selenium WebDriver
  • 👤 Manoj Kumar - VP Developer Relations, LambdaTest

In this talk, we’ll reflect on the history of the Selenium project, pulling out those sharable lessons, and then we’ll look to the future, and try and figure out what we’re going to learn next.


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

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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Test on iPhone 14 series, LambdaTest VS Code Extension, New browsers, and more

Hey Folks 😀 

Take a look at our latest features from Real Time Testing ⏲️

  • Now test your mobile web & native apps on the new iPhone 14 series. The iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max are available on LambdaTest’s virtual testing cloud. 📱 
  • Introducing our very own LambdaTest Extension for VS Code. Using this extension, you can trigger real-time cross browser tests of your public and locally hosted websites right from inside your VS Code Editor. To learn more, visit our article on LambdaTest VS Code Extension 🧩
  • Test websites for compatibility with new browsers 🌐 
    1. Chrome 106 Beta, 105, 104
    2. Firefox 105 Beta, 104, 103, 102
    3. Edge 105, 104
    4. Opera 90, 89, 88, 87 
  • Support for the Korean keyboard is now available. 

Start free testing

Introducing support for Appium 2.0

Hey folks 👋 

Now harness the real power of mobile test automation with Appium 2.0 on LambdaTest real device cloud for Android testing 📱 

Appium 2.0 is an upgrade to the Appium framework that comes with powerful features to make the most of your testing experience.🚀 

To use Appium 2.0 for Android app automation, pass the following capability in your test script.

appiumVersion : '2.0'

Bug fixes 🐞

  • Fixed a bug in real-time app testing for scroll gestures using a mouse wheel or trackpad on a real iOS device.

Start testing

Coding Jag Weekly: Issue 106th Issue is out 📩

Welcome to the 106th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

Test automation is the process of automating the execution of tests, validating a software product, and using outcomes to improve software quality. It essentially helps teams create, test, and deploy to save time and money.

But how does one get started with automating their tests?

In this issue of CodingJag, we explore the different ways to start automating tests.

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