SmartUI: Test on Mobile Viewports, Capture Screenshot of Elements and Native Apps

This release includes some new features in SmartUI. Let's take a look!

Support for Mobile Viewports in SmartUI SDK Config 📱 

Now specify configurations for mobile in the config JSON file, including optional settings for full-page screenshots and device orientation. This way, you can perform comprehensive visual regression tests on web and mobile device viewports with customizable options.

Element Screenshot Functionality in SmartUI SDK 📷

Now capture screenshots of specific elements while being able to locate the element via XPath, CSS ID, Class, and other mechanisms. This ensures accurate and specific visual regression testing of components for your web applications.

Full-Page Screenshots for Native Apps on Real Devices 📃

Now capture full-page screenshots in native apps using SmartUI Webhooks powered by Appium. This empowers developers and testers to efficiently capture comprehensive screenshots of entire pages, ensuring detailed testing of visual elements across different devices and screen sizes. This feature is in the Beta phase.

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HyperExecute Support for SmartUI SDK

Effortless Visual Testing with HyperExecute

HyperExecute integrates seamlessly with SmartUI SDK to deliver effortless visual testing for your web and mobile apps. Ensure pixel-perfect rendering across browsers, devices, and platforms, saving you valuable time and resources.

You can seamlessly integrate SmartUI with your favorite frameworks - Selenium, Playwright, Puppeteer, Cypress, or Appium.

📕 Refer to our comprehensive documentation - HyperExecute with SmartUI SDK

Support for Chrome and Edge Beta Versions 🧑‍💻

HyperExecute now supports the beta versions of Chrome and Edge, allowing you to run your Cypress tests seamlessly on our blazing-fast platform.

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📌 Local Selenium Driver Support 🧑‍💻

HyperExecute now natively supports local Selenium drivers. This means you can run your tests without having to set up and use a remote Webdriver. This simplifies the setup process and can improve test execution performance.

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📌 Playwright Real Device Support 📲

HyperExecute now supports running Playwright tests on real devices. This allows you to test your web applications on actual devices, ensuring they function correctly in real-world scenarios.

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📌 Smart UI Testing using Playwright

HyperExecute now supports integration with SmartUI for your Playwright tests. This allows you to use SmartUI's visual verification capabilities to ensure that your web applications are visually consistent and functional.

📗 Check out the documentation to trigger your tests.

What's New with HyperExecute?

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📌 Speed Up Your Development Workflow 

Optimize your development workflow by significantly reducing codebase upload times, particularly when making frequent, incremental changes.

Key benefits of differentialUpload Flag:

1. Lightning-fast Uploads: Experience upload times faster for incremental changes. ⚡️

2. Boost your Productivity: Spend less time waiting for uploads and more time developing. 🧑‍💻

3. Efficient Resource Utilization: Reduce strain on your network and platform resources. 👨🏻‍💻🧑‍💻

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📌 Enhance your UI Testing Experience

You can selectively exclude specific elements from visual comparisons during your automated tests.

Advantages of ignoreDOM flag

1. Handling Dynamic Content: Exclude elements that frequently change, like timestamps or user-generated content, to avoid false positives.

2. Focusing on core functionality: Zero in on critical elements by ignoring UI components like headers, footers, or navigation menus.

3. Testing Specific Sections: Target a particular area of your webpage for more granular testing.

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SmartUI SDK: Handle Dynamic Data and New Frameworks Support

Handling Dynamic Data in SmartUI SDK 

When conducting visual tests, you may encounter scenarios where certain elements within your software application change between test runs. These changes might introduce inconsistencies in your test results. 

You can now ignore/select specific element(s) to be removed from the comparison by parsing the options in the smartuiSnapshot function.

Check the documentation: Handling Dynamic Data in SmartUI SDK.

Support for New Frameworks in SmartUI SDK 

Apart from Selenium, SmartUI SDK now has support for Playwright, Puppeteer, and TestCafe. 

Refer to the following documentation to get started:

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[New] Handle Dynamic Data in Selenium Using Ignore/Select by XPath

The Ignore/Select functionality for DOM elements in Selenium has been improved with extended support for XPath. With this, you can now ignore or select DOM elements not only in viewport screenshots but also in full-page screenshots.

Additionally, this release enhances the handling of Ignore/Select and full-page arguments in the Smart UI hook, offering a more refined and efficient approach.

📕 To get started, refer to the documentation - Handling Dynamic Data in Selenium Using Ignore/Select by XPath.

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Run Visual Regression Tests With Smart UI SDK

Now perform visual regression testing with Smart UI SDK.

Our new Smart UI SDK captures the DOM of your website/URL and renders it across multiple browsers and resolutions in a single call, enabling seamless testing of websites in multiple environments and ensuring UI consistency across builds. 

You can also integrate it easily with your functional tests or use it for batch-testing multiple static URLs. 

Smart UI SDK is currently supported for Selenium with Java, Node.js, and Python. 

Support with more frameworks is on the way!

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