Coding Jag Weekly - 20th Issue is Out

Welcome to the 20th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!

Get rid of ambiguity to be more creative and less constrained by arbitrary rules on what you want to achieve as a team. 

Consider what you’re willing to pay, as well as what you will not compromise. Ask the right questions- Is team morale important? What happens when you use Agile for the wrong reasons? Would it be better to attract fewer clients by making reliable promises or to build more repeat business? 

You will find the answer to all those questions in this edition, along with a hand-picked selection of good reads 📖 

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New Devices For iOS 14.2 & 14.1 In Automation

Now capitalize the real power of automation testing and test your websites and web apps on the newly added devices in iOS 14.1 & iOS 14.2 🚀 

New iPhone Devices in iOS 14.1 & iOS 14.2 📱  

  • iPhone SE
  • iPhone 7, 7 Plus
  • iPhone 8, 8 Plus
  • iPhone X
  • iPhone XS, XS Max
  • iPhone XR
  • iPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max

New iPad Devices in iOS 14.1 & iOS 14.2 📱  

  • iPad (6th Generation)
  • iPad Air 2
  • iPad Air (3rd Generation)
  • iPad Pro (9.7-inch), (10.5-inch), (12.9-inch)
  • iPad Pro (11-inch), (12.9-inch) (3rd generation)

You can generate the Selenium capabilities for both the iOS versions from our Desired Capabilities Generator


Coding Jag Weekly - 17th Issue is Out

Welcome to the 17th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!

Testing is no longer considered an arduous process (for the most part), thanks to Selenium and two of its quintessential components- Selenium WebDriver & Selenium Grid 🙌 

In this edition, we will introduce you to a bunch of new tools while sharing the best reads of the week. From upgrading to Selenium 4 to the ultimate Git cheat sheet, we've got it all in here 🚀

Happy New Year! 🎉 

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Coding Jag Weekly - 16th Issue is out!

Welcome to the 16th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!

This time, we walk you through some of the most used programming languages for UI test automation in 2020 with Angie Jones 💁

In this edition, we have also covered Test Flakiness as one of the main challenges of automated testing, a video on becoming a full-stack QA/Automation Engineer, and more 🚀

This issue accounts for some exciting stories from the testing world that you would love to read 📖

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Now Live With LambdaTest TeamCity Plugin

Since TeamCity is one of the most in-demand CI/CD tools, we’re now live with our exclusive TeamCity plugin to help you integrate your projects seamlessly from our dashboard 🚀

You can get this plugin from JetBrains Marketplace.📌 

With TeamCity plugin you can-

Configure your project to use LambdaTest TeamCity Plugin

✅ Execute your tests on LambdaTest

✅ Configure Lambda Tunnel for local testing

✅ Test privately hosted site with the help of TeamCity Plugin

For information on making the most of this plugin, you can check out our support documentation on TeamCity Plugin Integration.

#15th Issue is Live - Coding Jag

Welcome to the 15th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!

In this edition we will see a whole bunch of good reads; from the rise of TestOps to the future of test automation, we have news that is creating buzz in the testing space.

Our feature post covers everything @keypressingmonkey automated in 2020 to save hours and so many small quick hacks that saved a great deal of time on a workday.

And it’s not just all! Here is a complete list of reads around testing you might be interested in. Also you can subscribe The Coding Jag Weekly and get such amazing reads directly to your inbox every week.

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Coding Jag Weekly - 14th Edition

Welcome to the 14th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!

More often than not, testers find themselves at odds with developers, product managers, designers, and other project stakeholders. As the end product starts to gain recognition, quality standards get higher and product scrutiny goes deeper. Yet the questions remain-

Who owns up to those quality standards? Whose quality is it anyway?

We try to answer these very foundational questions about quality in this edition. We also talk about the best GitHub repos, automated testing, API specifications, parameterized tests, Big Data analytics tools and much more!

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Now Test On iOS 14 & latest iPhones

Glad to announce that LambdaTest now supports iOS 14, enabling you to run automation tests and ensure websites are bug free on the new generation iPhones. We have added the latest version of iOS 14.1, 14.2 in automation for the following devices- 

📱 iPhone 12

📱 iPhone 12 mini

📱 iPhone 12 Pro

📱 iPhone 12 Pro Max

You can generate the Selenium capabilities for both the iOS versions from our Desired Capabilities Generator

New Browsers for Automation Testing!

You can now perform automation testing on these latest browsers using LambdaTest, 

  • Google Chrome:  87, 88
  • Microsoft Edge: 86, 87
  • Mozilla Firefox: 83, 84

There are some major updates on these latest versions! Right from the ability to control the camera pan, tilt, zoom on chrome to the edge shopping assistant on the latest version of Edge. Start testing now to find out how your website reflects on these new versions 🚀 

Lighthouse Performance Metrics in Automation is now live [For macOS]

Hello Testers 👋 

We are glad to announce that after the successful beta run on macOS Catalina we have launched the performance metrics integration to all the major mac operating systems🚀 

Now you can generate performance report of your website on:

macOS BigSur 
✅ macOS Mojave
✅ macOS Catalina
✅ macOS High Sierra
✅ macOS Sierra

However, you can expect these performance metrics in other operating systems extremely soon.

LambdaTest and Lighthouse: How does it Help?
Using our online selenium grid you can now generate a performance report of your website while performing cross browser testing. This makes the integration a powerhouse where you can analyze both visual and performance testing reports on a single dashboard.🚀
All you have to do is run a performance capability using our Desired Capabilities and get a complete understanding of how your website looks and acts across different browsers.

To get started, refer our documentation on Lighthouse Performance Metrics Using Online Selenium Grid

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