Latest Features in LambdaTest Test Analytics

The LambdaTest Test Analytics platform has been upgraded with several new features. and enhancements. 📊 

Let's take a look 👇 

  • Support for filtering the dashboards by a particular time and date selection. This will help you get more precise results at the required timestamp.
  • Ability to edit the Dashboard Layout that helps you arrange your widgets according to the alignment of your choice.
  • New feature to copy or clone the existing dashboard with all the widgets and configurations, the same as the source dashboard, to explore more detailed insights by adding more widgets or filters without disturbing your current dashboard.
  • View the Job runs by Time Span Summary on every graph widget added for HyperExecute in the Dashboard. This feature is exclusive to HyperExecute users.

Bonus Additions

SmartUI Testing: LambdaTest Automation now allows you to perform visual regression testing using Puppeteer, Storybook, and GitHub App.

📕 Refer to the below guides to get started:

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Coding Jag Weekly: 125th Issue is out

Welcome to the 125th edition of Coding Jag, brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

In the testing process, it is never too late to reevaluate how quality is defined. 

Today's fast-paced and constantly evolving technology landscape may not accept the quality standards that were acceptable a few years ago.

In this edition of Coding Jag, we will discuss the latest best practices for defining quality in software testing.

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Real Time Testing: New Browsers, Geolocations, and more

Hey folks 😀 

We've got some new features for you this week. Check them out 👇

Test on New Browsers 

Browser Testing: Perform live-interactive online browser compatibility testing on the newly added browsers. 🌐 

  • Chrome 109 Beta, 108, 107, 106, 105, 104
  • Firefox 109 Beta, 108, 107, 106, 105, 104, 103
  • Edge 109 Beta, 108, 107, 106, 105, 104 
  • Opera 94, 93, 92, 91, 90, 89

Screenshot: Capture automated screenshots to ensure a flawless digital experience on the following browsers. 📷 

  • Chrome 108, 107, 106, 105, 104
  • Firefox 108, 107, 106, 105, 104, 103
  • Edge 108, 107, 106, 105, 104 
  • Opera 94, 93, 92, 91, 90, 89

New Geolocation

Support for new IP Geolocation - Ashburn is now available. 🌍 

Improvements

A few improvements have been made to adding inputs from the keyboard on Windows OS. 📝 

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Coding Jag Weekly: 124th Issue is out

Welcome to the 124th edition of Coding Jag, brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

Testing is the process of determining if a system or its component(s) satisfies the requirements. Debugging, on the other hand, is the act of locating and fixing problems or flaws in a computer program.

In this issue of Coding Jag, we'll explore the differences between testing and debugging and how they can be used together to improve your software quality.

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Coding Jag Weekly: 123rd Issue is out

Welcome to the 123rd edition of Coding Jag, brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

The role of a software tester is demanding yet satisfying. Even though it differs from person to person, testers put in a constant effort to make their work more efficient and increase their productivity.

In this issue of Coding Jag, we discuss the habits that have helped testers improve their abilities and learn new strategies.

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[Voices of Community] Expecting the Unexpected: 2023 Technology Trends

Hey Folks 😀 

Join us on January 24th, 2023, for the next episode of Voices of Community on Expecting the Unexpected: 2023 Technology Trends 📺 

🕛  10:00-11:00 AM AST | 8:30-9:30 PM IST 

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Speakers 🎤 

  • 👤 Tariq King - Vice President of Product-Service Systems, EPAM
  • 👤 Manoj Kumar - Vice President of DevRel and OSPO, LambdaTest

In this episode of Voices of Community, Tariq King will dive deep into what to expect in tech in 2023 when you expect the unexpected. 

He will share his ideas and thoughts on future trends in the industry and how individuals and organizations can position themselves to navigate the year successfully.

Coding Jag Weekly: 122nd Issue is out

Welcome to the 122nd edition of Coding Jag, brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

All of us have been involved in the 'Developer vs. Tester' feud, whether sharing memes or assigning critical bugs at the last minute. Often, it escalates from lighthearted to an entity appearing incompetent and inferior.

Therefore, this creates rifts between departments, causing mental and physical barriers between departments in the workplace.

This week's Coding Jag looks at how to deal with the 'developer vs. tester' mindset.

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Meet the All-New Chromium Based LT Browser 2.0

Hey folks 👋 

We're excited to announce the beta release of the new Chromium-based LT Browser 2.0.

Unleash the power of Chromium and take your responsive testing to the next level. The all-new LT Browser 2.0 is faster than ever as it is based on the latest native Chromium rendering engine (Blink). 


The new LT Browser 2.0 boasts enhanced performance and several features that make it easier for you to create responsive designs for device viewports of all sizes. 📱 💻 

Here is a quick rundown of the features that LT Browser 2.0 offers 👇 

  • Interact and test with 4 devices simultaneously.
  • Dedicated DevTools for different viewports.
  • Test with unlimited custom device viewports.
  • Generate and share multiple error reports.
  • Use Chromium settings.
  • Install Chrome extensions.
  • Unlimited browser tabs to launch device viewports.
  • Record with the entire screen or browser tab.

📌 For more details, please check our Product Update on LT Browser 2.0 

📌 To get started, refer to LT Browser 2.0: Getting Started Guide

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Expedite your XCUI App Automation with HyperExecute

Hey, there👋 

Glad to announce that LambdaTest's XCUI automation cloud now supports running XCUI tests via HyperExecute on real devices. 

Using this feature, you can speed up your testing cycles by splitting the XCUI test cases into shards and running them in parallel to save time while running other XCUI tests. 

For more details, please refer to our support document - Sharding for XCUI

In addition, here are some more features added to real-time and automated app testing.

  • While running real-time app tests, team members can now copy their App ID for the app they upload.

  • The Apple News app is now available on iOS devices.
  • An admin can now stop a build or test running in their organization.
  • Support for iOS App Settings in app automation to change permissions for Camera, Contacts, Photos, etc. For more details, check our guide, iOS App Settings.

Give a spin to these new features 🌀

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