New Custom Widgets in Analytics for Real Device

With the latest updates to Test Analytics for Real Device, we have now provided you with a deeper understanding of your testing activities. The release includes enhancements to custom widgets in Analytics for Real Device. 

The following are the new custom widgets added in Analytics for Real Device:

  • Concurrency Trends: This provides detailed insight into how your resources are distributed across parallel tasks and how they are utilized.
  • Browser Testing Summary: This widget allows you to view the total number of tests, categorized by their status, and provides a quick assessment of your web browser testing capabilities.
  • App Testing Summary: For mobile app testing, you can now see a clear picture of the test results by grouping tests by their status.
  • Browser Testing OS and Device: Using this analysis, you can gain insight into the overall distribution of browser tests across different operating systems and devices. 
  • App Testing OS and Device: App testing now provides detailed distribution data for tests on different operating systems and devices, ensuring your mobile applications deliver a seamless user experience.
  • Browser Testing Trends: This platform allows you to analyze the trends of testing executed on the platform for browser testing, providing you with valuable insight into how your testing strategies evolve over time.
  • App Testing Trends: The widget will provide a clear picture of the trends in app testing. This will еnable you to adjust your tеsting approachеs based on historical data and forеcastеd patterns.

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Enhance your Security and Streamline the Secret Management

Improved Secrets Management 🔐

You can now specify a dedicated secrets file containing sensitive information like credentials and API keys.

These secrets within the designated file are accessible only within the scope of that particular job execution. This significantly reduces the risk of accidental exposure and improves overall security.

📗 Refer to our comprehensive documentation for a better understanding.

Microsoft Edge Canary Support for macOS 🚀

HyperExecute users running macOS can now leverage Microsoft Edge Canary for testing.

Get Flakiness Test Insights, and Export Analytics Dashboard as a PDF

Stop Struggling With Flaky Web Automation Tests!  

LambdaTest now provides flaky test analytics for Selenium web automation on real devices.  By leveraging the power of Test Intelligence, you can identify flaky tests, saving you time and effort in fixing them.

Export Your Test Analytics Dashboard for Powerful Sharing and Analysis

Now you can export Test Analytics dashboard as a PDF, unlocking a toolbox of benefits beyond simply viewing data within the platform. Get more out of your Test Analytics! Export dashboards as PDFs to:

  • Share Insights: Inform anyone, even without platform access.
  • Boost Flexibility: Integrate PDFs into reports, presentations, or docs.
  • Analyze Offline: Review data anywhere, even without the Internet.
  • Track History: Archive snapshots for future reference.

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What's New with HyperExecute?

Release HyperExecute Feature 

📌 Speed Up Your Development Workflow 

Optimize your development workflow by significantly reducing codebase upload times, particularly when making frequent, incremental changes.

Key benefits of differentialUpload Flag:

1. Lightning-fast Uploads: Experience upload times faster for incremental changes. ⚡️

2. Boost your Productivity: Spend less time waiting for uploads and more time developing. 🧑‍💻

3. Efficient Resource Utilization: Reduce strain on your network and platform resources. 👨🏻‍💻🧑‍💻

📕 Read the Documentation

📌 Enhance your UI Testing Experience

You can selectively exclude specific elements from visual comparisons during your automated tests.

Advantages of ignoreDOM flag

1. Handling Dynamic Content: Exclude elements that frequently change, like timestamps or user-generated content, to avoid false positives.

2. Focusing on core functionality: Zero in on critical elements by ignoring UI components like headers, footers, or navigation menus.

3. Testing Specific Sections: Target a particular area of your webpage for more granular testing.

📕 Read the Documentation

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Introducing the New LambdaTest UI Across All Products

Hey folks 👋 

Today, we announce a brand new user interface (UI) coming to all LambdaTest products! This update marks a significant step forward in our mission to deliver an exceptional testing experience and elevate your efficiency.

We understand the importance of a smooth transition, so we'll be rolling out the new UI in phases. This allows us to ensure a smooth transition with minimal disruption to your workflow. We'll also be gathering your valuable feedback throughout the process to continuously refine and optimize the experience.

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HyperExecute: Enhance Your Development Efficiency with our Latest Releases

Release Announcement HyperExecute 

Streamline Maven Runtime Support in your Projects 🧑‍💻

Enhance your development process with Maven runtime support in HyperExecute. Enjoy seamless integration and optimized performance for Maven-based projects, making your execution process even more efficient.

📕 Check the documentation to setup Maven support

Detailed Control with Regex Retry Option ⚙️

Regular expressions offer precise control, allowing you to fine-tune when test retries are triggered. Specify the exact situations where you want tests to run again, ensuring optimal resource utilization and laser-focused testing execution

📗 Read the documentation

Streamline Naming with Artifact-Matrix Parameter Value 📝

Simplify artifact management by replacing artifact names with browser-parameter values. This enhancement ensures consistency and clarity in your project, making it easier to manage and track artifacts associated with different parameters.

📘 Read the documentation

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Beta Browser Support in HyperExecute

HyperExecute 

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:

  • Beta Browser Deployment: Easily deploy beta browsers on HyperExecute, just as you would stable browsers.
  • Expanded Testing Coverage: Expand your testing coverage to include beta browser versions, identifying potential compatibility issues before they impact your users.
  • Stay Ahead of the Curve: Get ahead of the game by testing on beta browsers and ensuring your web applications are ready for the latest browser features.

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New Features in Test Analytics and HyperExecute

TEST ANALYTICS

Real-Time Browser Concurrency Usage - Support for Sub-Organizations 

With the latest update, parent organization account users can now seamlessly monitor the real-time browser session usage of all their sub-organizations from a single, unified view. This feature grants the ability to observe which sub-organizations are utilizing more or fewer resources, thereby enabling a more strategic and informed approach to resource planning.

Key Benefits:

  • Centralized Monitoring: Administrators can now track browser concurrency from a central dashboard, providing a comprehensive overview of resource usage across all sub-organizations.
  • Resource Optimization: Real-time insights allow for immediate adjustments to resource allocation, ensuring optimal performance and cost-efficiency.
  • Enhanced Visibility: Detailed usage statistics empower parent organizations with the data required to make informed decisions about future resource provisioning and capacity planning.
  • Increased Control: This update offers a granular level of control, allowing for the identification of usage patterns and potential areas for improvement within sub-organizations.

For more information, refer to our documentation - Advanced Test Analytics.

HYPEREXECUTE

Support for Test Muting

With Test Muting functionality, you can temporarily disable the execution of a test case. This can helpful for skipping failing or irrelevant tests, enhancing the efficiency and efficacy of your test process and enabling you to concentrate on the most important results.

To get started, head to our documentation - Test Muting in HyperExecute.

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