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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Now Test Your Mobile Apps on Android 14

Are your web and mobile apps ready for Android 14? 

Test them now on LambdaTest virtual device cloud running the latest Android 14 Emulators and ensure your web and native mobile apps are compatible with the latest Android 14. 📱 🌐 

Here are the following Emulators supporting Android 14:

  • Google Pixel 7 Pro
  • Google Pixel 7
  • OnePlus 11 5G
  • realme GT2 Pro 

Start testing on Android 14

Live With SmartUI CLI, Test Case Insights, iOS Biometric Authentication & New Browsers

SmartUI

SmartUI CLI for Visual Regression Testing

We've just introduced a SmartUI CLI to make visual regression testing easier and more convenient for you. With this, you can now perform visual regression testing effortlessly right from your command line terminal.

It's easy to get started with SmartUI CLI -

  1. Install the necessary dependencies.
  2. Create a URL file.
  3. Configure your project token.
  4. Create and configure SmartUI config.
  5. Execute the tests on the SmartUI cloud using CLI.

For more details, check the documentation SmartUI CLI.

Test Analytics

Get Test Case Insights in Test Analytics for HyperExecute

We have now added two new widgets in LambdaTest Analytics: the Test Cases Health Snapshot and the Test Cases View for HyperExecute. These widgets are designed to make it easier for you to dive into the details of your test execution at the individual test case level. 

With these features, you can now access in-depth information about the number and types of test cases. The best part is that you can customize these widgets and apply advanced filters to tailor your analysis according to your specific needs. It's all about giving you the tools to gain a deeper understanding of your test cases and their performance.  

APP Automation  REAL TIME APP TESTING

Biometric Authentication for iOS

LambdaTest now supports biometric authentication on real devices for iOS 13 and above versions. With this new feature, you can test the biometric authentication functionality in your iOS apps to ensure that the app provides an optimal user experience on various iOS devices and platforms.

Head over to our documentation to get started with Biometric Authentication.

REAL TIME  BROWSER TESTING

The latest browser versions to enhance your cross browser testing capabilities are now live.

  • Chrome 117 Beta, 116, 115
  • Firefox 118 Beta, 117, 116
  • Edge 117 Beta, 116, 115 
  • Opera 102, 101, 100
  • Brave 1.57, 1.56, 1.53

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Test on macOS Sonoma, and Android 14 Beta

Hey folks 👋 

Check out the fresh set of features that went live on LambdaTest 👇 

Real Time Browser Testing

📌 You can now perform real time testing on macOS Sonoma exclusively on the LambdaTest platform and ensure a quality web experience with this cutting-edge macOS update. Test your websites and web applications right away across various real browsers running real macOS Sonoma.

Real Devices

📌 Now test your mobile web & native apps on Android 14 (Beta) on real Android devices and ensure your mobile applications are fully optimized and ready to excel on Android 14.

📌 For App Automation, we have made a few enhancements in the network logs functionality to provide you with better visibility and control. Some enhancements include advanced search and filter operations on the network logs, improved usability, and download network logs in .HAR format.

INTEGRATIONS

📌 LambdaTest has now integrated with Airbrake, a bug-monitoring and tracking tool that lets you effortlessly track and monitor bugs while performing cross browser testing directly from the LambdaTest platform to your Airbrake instance, eliminating the need for manual maintenance of tasks and issues. 

To use this integration, check out the documentation - Airbrake Integration with LambdaTest

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SmartUI & Analytics: Latest Features and Enhancements

Our team is excited to announce the new features and enhancements to LambdaTest's SmartUI and Analytics Platform. Let's take a look at them.

SmartUI

Test on Edge Browser 🌐 

SmartUI now supports Edge browser in addition to other supported browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, and more. Using Storybook, you can test your software application's UI components on the Edge browser to ensure they function and render perfectly.

Capture Full Page Screenshots with Auto-Height Detection 📷 

Earlier A/B testing of images with SmartUI requires you to take full-page screenshots to make more informed decisions. In addition, capturing full-page screenshots in Storybook also requires manual configuration of the page height.

With the Auto Height Detection feature, now you can capture full-page screenshots by automatically detecting and adjusting the page height and avoid the hassle of manually specifying the height parameter in the configuration file.

Integration of GitHub App with Playwright 🔁 

SmartUI now integrates the GitHub App with Playwright, allowing you to link your GitHub repositories directly to your LambdaTest's SmartUI accounts. 

With SmartUI, you and your teams can easily share test scripts, review changes, and provide feedback within their GitHub repositories. With any CI tool on GitHub, you can get information about the status of visual regression builds and pull and push requests.

Analytics

LambdaTest Test Analytics Templates 📰 

With the new Test Analytics Templates, you can now access pre-built templates that provide comprehensive insight into your test results, making it easier to analyze and interpret the information. 

These templates provide a structured framework for the presentation of test analytics, allowing you to customize and visualize their data in a visual and meaningful manner. You and your teams can save time and effort by leveraging these templates instead of creating test reports from scratch.

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Now run your k6 Browser Tests on LambdaTest

Hey, testers 😀 

LambdaTest now supports automated browser testing using k6, an open-source tool by Grafana. This allows you to accelerate web automation by leveraging immense k6 core capabilities to perform browser testing at scale on the LambdaTest cloud across different browsers and OS combinations. 

👉 For more information, head over to our blog Scaling End-To-End Web Testing With Grafana k6 And LambdaTest.

📕 To get started with k6 browser testing, check our support document: k6 Browser Testing

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Coding Jag Weekly: 141st Issue is out

Welcome to the 141st edition of Coding Jag, brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

Quality and reliability are essential aspects of software development, which is why testing is so important. However, what if the test doesn't produce the desired results? Does it automatically mean a setback, or could it be a stepping stone to improvement?

In this issue of Coding Jag, we'll explore how embracing failure in testing can foster a culture of continuous improvement, encourage experimentation, and ultimately lead to more robust and innovative solutions.

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Introducing the LambdaTest Tunnel Docker Extension

Hey folks 👋 

We are excited to announce the introduction of the LambdaTest Tunnel Docker Extension. This latest addition to our platform empowers you to perform seamless cross browser testing of locally hosted websites and web applications across 3000+ browser and OS environments.

Key Features 🔻 

  • Effortless Cross Browser Testing: With the LambdaTest Tunnel Docker Extension, you can effortlessly test your locally hosted websites and web applications on a wide range of browsers and operating systems at your fingertips.
  • Expanded Browser and OS Coverage: Gain access to a browser farm of 3000+ browser and OS combinations, ensuring comprehensive browser compatibility testing for your web projects.
  • Eliminate Manual Tunnel Launching: The LambdaTest Tunnel Docker Extension removes the need for manually launching the tunnel through the command-line interface (CLI), saving you time and effort.

📕 Here is our quick guide to get you started - LambdaTest Tunnel Docker Extension

We also added a few latest browsers to our browser farm. These new additions further enhance your testing capabilities and ensure comprehensive coverage for your web testing needs.  

Browser Testing 🌐 

  • Chrome 114 Beta, 113, 112, 111
  • Firefox  114 Beta, 113, 112, 111
  • Edge 114 Beta, 113, 112, 111
  • Opera 99, 98, 97, 96
Screenshot Testing 📷 
  • Chrome 112, 111, 110, 109
  • Firefox 111, 110, 109
  • Edge 112, 111, 110, 109
  • Opera 97, 96, 95

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In today's digital landscape, Selenium has emerged as a cornerstone in the world of test automation. However, despite its strengths, Selenium tests can sometimes exhibit instability, leading to flaky and unreliable results.

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