New Enhancements in HyperExecute

RELEASE VERSION: 1.88

Hey folks 👋 

Here are the latest enhancements made to LambdaTest's HyperExecute cloud. 💥 

✅ Added support for Mozilla Firefox 107 on Linux. 

An enhanced HyperExecute dashboard to indicate whether a tunnel was used or not to run a test suite. The Job Label(s) will now specify if a tunnel was used.

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Access Crash logs, support for lambdaMaskCommands, & more

Hey People 😀 

Here are some new features added to LambdaTest's App Automation 👇 

  • Now upload an app via cURL with sizes up to 1 GB. 
  • Support for lambdaMaskCommands to prevent sensitive data from appearing on the device. For more details, visit our guide on desired capabilities In Appium
  • Access crash logs for your test executions and quickly identify and debug errors for failed steps.

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Coding Jag Weekly: 115th Issue is out

Welcome to the 115th edition of Coding Jag, brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

It's been 10 years since Selenium was the only way to write E2E tests. Today, you can write E2E tests with more automation tools than ever before. 

Playwright and Cypress are two of the most popular frameworks for test implementation.

In this issue of Coding Jag, we take a look at two popular JavaScript testing frameworks: Playwright and Cypress.

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Announcing support for Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4

Are your mobile apps ready for the latest Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4

Test them now on LambdaTest's real device cloud running real Galaxy Z Fold4 and ensure your app work seamlessly on foldable devices. 📱  

Check how your app functions for the features like app continuity to prevent data losses while folding and unfolding the device, the app adaptability to Galaxy flex mode, and more.

Read our product announcement on Galaxy Z Fold4 for more details. 📄 

 👉 Start testing on Galaxy Z Fold4 

New Features in LambdaTest Test Analytics Dashboard

Hey there 👋 

We've added some new features to the new LambdaTest Test Analytics Dashboard to help you get more out of your analytics experience. 📊 

Check it out 👇 

1. In the Test Case Health Snapshot Widget, you can now click on the card to see a list of the total Test Names along with the relevant information run on the LambdaTest platform.

To know more about the Test Information, you can click on the View Tests button.

2. Now you can fetch users based on the number of tests executed during a specified period.

3. You can now filter your widgets by Projects.

4. You can now filter your dashboard data with more precise time filters like “Last 3 hours”, "Last 3 days" etc.

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HyperExecute Updates: New Summary Bar, and support for Aborting Jobs

Hey LambdaTesters 😀 

Take a look at some of the features added to LambdaTest - HyperExecute ⚡

RELEASE VERSION: 1.86

The All-New Summary Bar  

With our all-new Summary bar, you can now easily see all the information about your HyperExecute Jobs in one place.

Support for Aborting All Jobs simultaneously  

The Abort all jobs feature lets you stop multiple running HyperExecute jobs at once.

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Camera Image Injection in Android, Idle Timeout support, and more

Hi there! 👋 

Here is a quick rundown of the latest additions to the manual and automated app testing for real devices 

Camera Image Injection 📷 

The Camera Injection feature for Android is now live in LambdaTest's App Testing.


Support for Idle Timeout 🕑 

Added support for Idle Timeout on Android and iOS devices.


New Parameters for Uploading App via App URL  

  1. custom_id: This parameter lets you change the way the LambdaTest cloud servers store the link while uploading an app using App URL.
  2. visibility:  Using this parameter, you can change the visibility of the application being uploaded. Once the app is uploaded using the team value, everyone in the organization can access the same App URL to run the tests.

Apply Visual and Exception filters at once   

In App Automation, now you can apply Visual and Exception filters simultaneously.

 👉 Start testing

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