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Handling Dynamic Data in SmartUI SDK
Check the documentation: Handling Dynamic Data in SmartUI SDK.
Support for New Frameworks in SmartUI SDK
Apart from Selenium, SmartUI SDK now has support for Playwright, Puppeteer, and TestCafe.
Refer to the following documentation to get started:
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📕 Check the documentation to setup Maven support
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Now perform visual regression testing with Smart UI SDK.
Smart UI SDK is currently supported for Selenium with Java, Node.js, and Python.
Support with more frameworks is on the way!
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:
New API to Fetch Build Status for Smart UI 🔼
With the new API for Smart UI testing, you can now get all the build statuses by making an API call for fetching the status of the builds that are run in your project.
To get started, check the documentation - APIs for Smart UI Automation.
Capture Screenshots of Specific Elements with Selenium 📷
You can now capture screenshots of specific elements by leveraging various locator mechanisms such as XPath, CSS ID, class, and selectors. This precision-driven approach ensures accurate Selenium visual regression testing for your web application.
Refer to our guide - Capture Screenshot of Specific Element with Selenium.
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.
For more information, refer to our documentation - Advanced Test Analytics.
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.
To provide the visualization of your UI components on various device screens, you can now set up custom viewport configurations.
This feature is an extension of Storybook's existing Viewport toolbar item, enabling you to capture and view stories in different dimensions, such as mobile or tablet, with specific orientations like portrait or landscape.
📒 To get started, refer to our guide: Custom Viewport Configuration for Storybook.