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Are your mobile apps ready for the latest Samsung Galaxy S24 series?
Get ahead of the game by testing on these Galaxy S24 models:
📕 Check the documentation to setup Maven support
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Give wings to your mobile automation career with our newly launched Appium 101 certification.
Now showcase your skill in Appium testing on a real device cloud and stay one step ahead of the competition.
Network Throttling Support for Web and App Automation on Real Devices 📶
Refer to the documentation to get started: Network Throttling for Appium Automation.
Locale/Language Support for Espresso and XCUITest Automation 🌏
To get started, check the following documentation:
HyperExecute now supports beta browsers for the Windows Platform! 🎉
This means you can now test your web applications on the latest beta versions of popular browsers for the Windows platform, ensuring compatibility and catching potential issues early on.
Here's what's new:
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LambdaTest now supports real-time browser and app testing on iOS 17.2 simulators. You can now thoroughly test your web and native mobile applications across various simulators running iOS version 17.2 📱
We constantly update our integration bucket to ensure compatibility with your preferred tools. Here are the latest LambdaTest integrations:
For those customers who whitelist IP addresses, please ensure you add our new data center's IP to your allowlist to maintain seamless service:
Now take multiple screenshots in a build and give them the same name. This is useful for comparing different stages or elements, as you're not limited to just one screenshot with the same name in a build. This overwrite screenshot feature in Smart UI will replace (overwrite) the latest screenshot with the previous ones in that build.
📕 For more details, check the documentation.
Run Smart UI Tests from HyperExecute using Cypress Framework
📕 Head over to our documentation to get started with SmartUI on HYP using Cypress
HyperExecute Now Supports Maven/JUnit4, Maven/JUnit5, Wdio/Mocha, and Wdio/Jasmine Frameworks