Support for Windows 11 in HyperExecute

RELEASE VERSION: 1.92

Hey folks 😀 

LambdaTest's HyperExecute Cloud now supports the following new features 👇 

  • Now run end-to-end automated tests on Windows 11. You can configure this by adding runson a key in the HyperExecute YAML file. 

To run tests on Windows 11, set the value of the runson key to win11 as shown below.

version: 0.1
runson: win11
testSuiteTimeout: 90
autosplit: true
retryOnFailure: true
maxRetries: 1
concurrency: 2
globalTimeout: 150
testSuiteTimeout: 150
testSuiteStep: 150
  • HyperExecute now allows you to retry commands that might fail during the pre-stage level. 

To do this, configure the preDirectives key in the HyperExecute YAML file. 

preDirectives:
   commands:
     - mkdir -p m2_cache_dir
     - mvn -Dmaven.repo.local=$CACHE_DIR -Dmaven.test.skip=true clean install
  maxRetries: 5

The value of the maxRetries key determines how many times you want to retry your commands.

Try out these new features 🚀 

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Coding Jag Weekly: 119th Issue is out

Welcome to the 119th edition of Coding Jag, brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

Let’s talk about why testers and developers are hesitant to deploy on Fridays or just about any day before a holiday. What really could be the reason? Is it maybe a lack of confidence in the process and the team?

In this issue of Coding Jag, we explore the hesitation around deploying before the weekends and the holiday season! 

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What's New in LambdaTest Test Analytics

Hey there 👋 

Check out the new features we recently added to LambdaTest Test Analytics 📊  

  Now click on the cards of the Test Summary widget in the Analytics Dashboard and get a detailed view of your tests, including Test Name, Test Status, Browser/ Device, Build Name, and more.


  You can now make your Analytics Dashboard private. It's a feature that allows you to restrict who can view it. In addition, you can also make the Test Analytics Dashboard password protected by setting up a custom password. 

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Webinar Alert: LambdaTest Spartans’ End-of-Year Panel Discussion

Hey Folks 😀 

Join us on December 20th, 2022, for our upcoming webinar on LambdaTest Spartans’ End-of-Year Panel Discussion 📺 

🕛  10:30-11:30 AM EST, 8:30-9:30 PM IST 

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Join Manoj Kumar, VP of Developer Relations and OSPO, LambdaTest, as he hosts a panel of LambdaTest Spartans - industry experts and thought leaders from different fields of testing and QA. 

Be a part of discussions ranging from advances in automation testing, the changing face of manual testing, the importance of agile practices and DevOps, innovations in cloud technologies, and more. 

Key Takeaways 🗝️

  • Understand the major changes that the testing and QA industry and community underwent.
  • Lessons that experts and thought leaders learned.
  • AMA with industry experts and thought leaders.
  • What lies ahead for the community in 2023?

Coding Jag Weekly: 118th Issue is out

Welcome to the 118th edition of Coding Jag, brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

In December 2015, Sam Altman, Elon Musk, and others founded OpenAI, an artificial intelligence (AI) research laboratory. Its mission is to promote and develop friendly AI that benefits humanity as a whole through research in the field of AI.

In this issue of Coding Jag, we explore OpenAI and does it really help software testers.

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Now run your Cypress tests using WebKit

Hey folks 😀 

LambdaTest's Automation now supports Cypress testing for WebKit, Safari's browser engine. By testing your web application using WebKit, you can get an idea of how your website or web app will run in Safari. 🌐 

We currently support WebKit on the following operating systems 👇 

  • Windows - 11 and 10
  • macOS - Monterey and Big Sur

Start testing now

Coding Jag Weekly: 115th Issue is out

Welcome to the 115th edition of Coding Jag, brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

It's been 10 years since Selenium was the only way to write E2E tests. Today, you can write E2E tests with more automation tools than ever before. 

Playwright and Cypress are two of the most popular frameworks for test implementation.

In this issue of Coding Jag, we take a look at two popular JavaScript testing frameworks: Playwright and Cypress.

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