HyperExecute: New Features & Enhancements

Hey folks 😃 

The latest set of features for LambdaTest's HyperExecute is now live!

Test History  

HyperExecute now provides you with the history of a test case to give an important insight into the test case. You can easily figure out whether the failure in a test case is actually of value or has been failing frequently. 

Job Archiving  

Now you can archive jobs that are unimportant or maybe were aborted by your team. Archived jobs can be seen together in one place if you want to refer to them later.

Support for Appium  

HyperExecute now supports the Appium framework, allowing you to run Appium tests on real devices. With HyperExecute's agility and speed, you can streamline your testing processes and achieve superior results with ease. 

In addition, you can now distribute and execute your test cases in parallel on multiple devices, enabling faster and more efficient testing than ever before.

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Latest Features in HyperExecute

RELEASE VERSION: 1.102

Hey folks 👋 

LambdaTest's HyperExecute just went live with the latest set of features 👇 

  • The new Firefox browser versions 109 and 108 are available for testing on all OS -Windows, macOS, and Linux. 🌐 
  • Now view the recent history of all of your tests. This will help monitor your changes and understand exactly how they affect your web application. 📜 


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Test on Latest Browsers, and FogBugz Integration

Hey folks 😀 

Here are a new set of features from LambdaTest's Real Time Testing 👇 

Latest Browsers in Real Time Testing  🕑 

  • Chrome 110 Beta, 109 
  • Firefox 110 Beta, 109 
  • Edge 110 Beta, 109
  • Opera 95

Newest Integration with FogBugz 🔗 

Avoid the hassle of maintaining bugs and tasks manually. With our newest integration with FogBugz, file bugs in a single click while performing cross browser testing of your website from the LambdaTest platform to your FogBugz instance.

Other Enhancements: The LambdaTest Integration for Zapier has been optimized for improved performance  

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HyperExecute Updates: New Features

RELEASE VERSIONS: 1.96 & 1.97

Here are some latest enhancements and new features in LambdaTest's HyperExecute. 👇

  Job Alerts on Slack

Now get instant updates about the progress of your tests, use HyperExecute, and integrate it with Slack. You will get updates on the status of your jobs along with other important details. 

Furthermore, you can also go to the job directly by clicking on View Job, which is provided at the bottom of the alert.  

If you want to get a detailed walkthrough on how to set up Slack alerts, please refer to our guide on Slack integration

Job Reports as an Email

You can now receive your job reports directly as an email. 

Just specify your email ID in the HyperExecute YAML file and use the partialReports flag to get the job report on it. 

partialReports:
  frameworkName: testng
  location: target/surefire-reports/html
  type: html
  email:
    to: 
      - <your_email_id@example.com>
      - <another_email_id@example.com>

For more details, go through our documentation - Receive the Job Report as an Email.

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HyperExecute: New features this week

RELEASE VERSION: 1.95

Unlock the potential of HyperExecute Cloud with our fresh batch of features!

Inherit Your YAML Configurations

If you are running multiple jobs on the same project using different YAML files, the Inheritance in YAML feature allows you to save the configuration settings that you commonly use and inherit them as base in other YAML files. 

To understand how to make the most of this feature, please refer to our tutorial - Inherit Your YAML Configurations.

View Your Artefacts on the HyperExecute UI

HyperExecute now allows you to create custom URLs for your Artefacts. These custom URLs let you access specific Artefacts directly and make it easier for you to download or preview them. To understand how to use this feature, check out our document - Construct URLs for Your Artefacts.

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HyperExecute: New features and enhancements

RELEASE VERSION: 1.94

Here are some latest enhancements and new features that LambdaTest's HyperExecute Cloud has to offer. 👇

  • An optimized report creation process for TestNG jobs. You can use these reports to check the Test Summary, Scenario Summary, and more.

  • Added support of HyperExecute Analytics for Private Cloud. With this, you can optimize your testing process and learn more about how your tests are performing.

  • Abort functionality has been enhanced to provide you with more flexibility. You can abort all or a selected amount of jobs. However, an admin can abort any and all jobs currently running for their organization.

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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.

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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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