Coding Jag Weekly: 100th Edition Is Out!

Welcome to the 100th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

100! Yes, we’ve been ‘Ja(o)gging’ for 100 editions now! 💯 

We want to thank our readers and the overall QA and developer community for constantly inspiring us with your ideas, blogs, videos, tutorials, podcasts, and whatnot! We wouldn’t exist without you!

Going forward, you can expect us to experiment a bit, but we’ll constantly stay true to the reason why we began in the first place.🚀

With that, et voila, our 100th episode!📩

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Coding Jag Weekly: 96th Issue Is Out!

Hey Folks 👋 

The 96th edition of Coding Jag is out 📩


Software testing is an investment. And, like any investment, you want to make sure it generates the results you expect.  Test design is that aspect of a test project that determines that for you. 

But what exactly makes for a good test design process? 

In this issue of Coding Jag, we explore the influence of Test Design on quality, and more! 

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Test Android Apps using Espresso, Enterprise Entitlements for iOS Apps, and more!

Hey Folks 👋 

Mobile app automation using Espresso is now live on LambdaTest 💥 

With Espresso framework, you can perform app automation testing of your Android applications on LambdaTest Real Device Cloud. 🚀

Note: Currently, we've rolled out Espresso testing in the Beta phase 🅱

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Check out a few more additions to App Automation 👇 

  • Support for Enterprise Entitlements for iOS Apps [Beta]. Please refer to our iOS Entitlements documentation.
  • region capability to specify the device location from US or EU region 🌏 
  • Get the dynamically allocated device by adding the suffix [.*] in the deviceName capability. For exampleiPhone.* will fetch you any iPhone device from our device pool 📱 

Coding Jag Weekly: 91st Issue Is Out!

Welcome to the 91st edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

Testers, quality engineers, and agile teams are the backbone of any company.   SDLC is incomplete without any of these people doing their tasks. 

But who creates the line of responsibilities? Are there any boundaries, and should they exist? 

In this edition of Coding Jag, we discuss what makes someone a tester and much more!

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