Coding Jag Weekly: 87th Issue Is Out!

Welcome to the 87th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

Today, there is a multitude of browsers and versions available, which means that testing is more vital than ever, and businesses have no choice but to test across browsers to ensure that the experience is top-notch.

In this issue, we explore the most essential cross browser testing trends and much more! 

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Local testing with Playwright, Puppeteer & Taiko, Debug using live-interaction, and more!

Hey Folks 👋 

Here are the major highlights in LambdaTest Automation testing 👇 

  • Run local tests with Playwright, Puppeteer, and Taiko.
  • Debug using live-interaction in macOS Catalina and macOS Monterey.
  • Test on the latest browsers:  
    1. macOS - Chrome 100 | Firefox 100 Beta, 99 | Edge 100, 99 | Opera 85
    2. Windows - Chrome 101 Beta, 100 | Firefox 100 Beta | Edge 101 Beta, 100, 99 | Opera 85

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Coding Jag Weekly: 86th Issue Is Out!

Welcome to the 86th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐


The job of a tester entails numerous tasks each day. Having a list of specialized tools could make their lives easier in automating operations, but also in determining which tool is best suited to testers.

In this edition of Coding Jag, we discuss the tools QA coaches can use to achieve effortless growth and much more. 

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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 

Test On New Devices & Browsers!

Hey Folks! 😀 

This week we rolled out a bunch of new devices and browsers in LambdaTest automation 💥  

Here are the new updates 👇 

1. Run mobile browser automation on new sets of Android devices.📳 

  • OnePlus 9, 8, 7, 6
  • Vivo Z1 Pro
  • Vivo Y15
  • HUAWEI Mate 40, 8
  • HUAWEI Mate 30 Pro
  • Nokia G10, G50
  • Nokia 9 Pureview
  • Xiaomi 8
  • Oppo A7, A9, A72, A91

2. Perform automation testing on the latest browsers. 🌐 

  • Chrome 99 Beta, 98 
  • Firefox 98 Beta, 97 
  • Edge 98 Beta 
  • Opera 83 

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New Analytics Dashboard Out Of Beta, Full HAR Logs Support, & More!

Hey Testers 😀 

Glad to announce the host of new features in LambdaTest Automation💥 

Check out the new updates 👇 

  • The new Analytics dashboard is now out of the Beta phase. 
  • The full HAR logs are now supported on iOS devices.
  • In Cypress testing, we now support the private NPM dependency feature.
  • Download artefacts using build functionality while performing Cypress test automation.
  • Test hooks are now supported in Taiko for running automated tests.
  • Perform mobile browser automation on newly added - Samsung Galaxy S21 5G.
  • Run automation testing on the new Selenium version - 4.1.2
  • Support for Headless browser is now enabled in Playwright, Puppeteer, and Taiko.
  • In Selenium testing, we released a live-interaction feature where a user can pause a running test and interact like manual testing.

Hope these new features will jazz up your test automation workflow 🚀  

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