View Network logs, support for iOS Entitlements, and more!

Hey Folks 😃 

Check out the new features added to LambdaTest Real Time Testing on Real devices 👇

  • Debug your apps on Android devices using Network logs and easily identify performance bottlenecks. 🔎 
  • Support for Enterprise Entitlements for iOS Apps [Beta]. Please refer to our iOS Entitlements documentation.
  • In Browser and App Testing, you can now view mobile OS subversion inside VM by selecting the Switch icon from the left control bar. 📱 

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Webinar - Test Orchestration using HyperExecute: A giant leap from test execution

 Join our webinar on Test Orchestration using HyperExecute on June 30th | 10:00 AM PST | 7:00 PM CET | 10:30 PM IST 📺 


Speakers 🎤 

  • 👤 Mayank Bhola - Co-Founder & Head Of Engineering At LambdaTest
  • 👤 Harshit Paul - Product & Growth Manager At LambdaTest

What will you learn ❓ 

  • What is test orchestration and how is it different from test execution?
  • How can enterprises achieve quicker go to market?
  • HyperExecute's world-class features?
  • How can the right data help with better decision-making?

Offline Custom Network throttling, the Home button for Android & iOS devices, and more!

Ahoy testers 😀 

Here is a quick rundown of the latest additions to real-time app testing on real devices 👇 

  • In real-time app testing, test apps in offline mode by setting all parameters (Download Speed, Upload Speed, and Latency) in the Custom network throttling profile to 0. 📶 
  • A Home button for Android and iOS devices is added to the left in-built tools for better accessibility. 🔼 

  • When running app tests, you can now view device information (Android/iOS) such as app name, OS, device name, screen size, resolution, viewport, and aspect ratio.  📳 

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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,, 

[Webinar Alert ]: How Does Enterprise Accelerate Test And Release Velocity?

Join our webinar on How Does Enterprise Accelerate Test And Release Velocity on April 28, 2022, at 10 AM PST


Speakers 🎤 

  • 👤 Chris Wallander - Principal SDET and Test Automation Architect At TaxAct
  • 👤 Harshit Paul - Product & Growth Manager At LambdaTest

What will you learn ❓ 

  • Code-level acceleration - Do’s and Dont’s
  • How to use APIs to set up test data in your applications?
  • Importance of test automation pyramid
  • Risk-Based Testing
  • Continuous Integration
  • Continuous Delivery and Deployment
  • LambdaTest Demo

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