LambdaTest integrates with Zapier

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We at LambdaTest are thrilled to partner with Zapier, a cloud-based platform that allows you to automate workflows between your apps and your services easily.

By integrating LambdaTest with Zapier, you can create a smarter, customized workflow that helps you save time in shipping quality products at light speed.

To learn more, visit our article on LambdaTest and Zapier integration 

Live With Playwright 102 Certification

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The LambdaTest certification just got bigger! We added another new test automation certification for the Playwright series - Playwright 102 🎭

Now showcase your advanced Playwright test automation skills on the HyperExecute cloud grid and take your automation career to new heights 

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Live with Siesta Integration!

To make your web automation more productive than ever, we at LambdaTest are thrilled to announce our integration with Siesta by Bryntum -a JavaScript and UI testing tool for web pages and Node.js processes. 🚀 

The LambdaTest and Siesta integration allow you to perform automated testing of websites or web apps on an online browser farm of 3000+ browsers and OS combinations.

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LambdaTest integrates with Deque!

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We at LambdaTest are pleased to announce our partnership with Deque to enable you to integrate Accessibility testing into your QA process easily. 


With Deque‘s axe digital accessibility toolkit, you can automate accessibility tests of websites and Android web applications and gain greater visibility into accessibility issues.

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Introducing the 'allowHosts' capability in LambdaTest Tunnel!

Hey Testers 😀 

With the latest tunnel binary release, we have added a new capability -allowHosts to provide domains that will be resolved from the LambdaTest Tunnel binary and the rest from the LambdaTest servers.

Using the -allowHosts capability will reduce latency during test execution as data will be transferred from the tunnel client. Additionally, you can use this to control the flow of traffic from a user's network.

–allowHosts <comma_separated_domains>

Shown below is an example of -allowHosts capability 👇 

./LT  --user <username> --key <secret> –allowHosts google.com,apple.com, amazon.com 
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