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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Introducing New Features in HyperExecute

Semaphore CI/CD Pipeline Integration with HyperExecute: Seamless Test Executions and Shorter Test Cycles

Semaphore CI/CD is a popular cloud-based platform that helps engineering teams of all sizes build, test, and deploy their software faster and more reliably. HyperExecute is a powerful test execution platform that offers unparalleled speed, efficiency, scalability, and compatibility. 

The new integration between Semaphore CI/CD and HyperExecute will allow teams to execute their tests on HyperExecute's cloud infrastructure seamlessly. This can help teams significantly shorten their test cycles and deliver software faster.

📕 For more details, check the documentation.

Run Smart UI Tests from HyperExecute using Cypress Framework

Cypress is a popular JavaScript framework for developing end-to-end UI tests. It offers several advantages over other UI testing frameworks, including speed, simplicity, and reliability. HyperExecute now supports the Cypress framework, allowing teams to run their Cypress UI tests on our cloud infrastructure, thus helping teams improve the quality of their UI tests and reduce the time to test their applications.

📕 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

HyperExecute now supports four popular testing frameworks: Maven/JUnit4, Maven/JUnit5, Wdio/Mocha, and Wdio/Jasmine. Teams can now use HyperExecute to execute their tests in a wider range of programming languages and environments. Adding support for these four frameworks makes HyperExecute a more versatile and powerful test execution platform.

📕 For more details, check the documentation.

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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 

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App Automation on Emulators and Simulators, Flaky Test Detection With Test Intelligence, Latest iPhone 15 Simulators, and More

APP AUTOMATION

App Automation on Emulators and Simulators 

LambdaTest now supports App Automation on Emulators and Simulators. With this feature, you can automate mobile apps on a virtual device cloud of Emulators and Simulators. Currently, this feature is available in the Beta phase, with support for the Appium framework.

Head over to our documentation to get started - App Automation Using Emulators and Simulators on LambdaTest.

SmartUI

DOM Comparison for Playwright and Puppeteer

While performing visual regression testing, if you have any dynamic elements that are not in the same position across test runs, you can now ignore/select a specific area to be removed from the comparison using the Playwright and Puppeteer framework. 

Refer to the documentation to get started - Handle Dynamic Elements in SmartUI.

TEST INTELLIGENCE 

AI-Powered Flaky Test Detection 

LambdaTest Test Intelligence platform is now live with flaky test detection to help you identify the flaky tests in your test suite. It provides you with a list of tests that are flaky and the reason behind the flakiness of the test. 

You can also view the history of the flaky tests and the number of times the test has failed in the past. This helps you to identify the flaky tests and fix them to improve the quality of your test suite.

Check the documentation - Flaky Test Detection with Test Intelligence.

LAMBDATEST TUNNEL

New Tunnel Flags for NTLM Authentication

LambdaTest Tunnel now offers support for NTLM authentication, a Microsoft-specific authentication mechanism used on IIS Servers. To use this feature, we've introduced two new flags: --ntlm-username and --ntlm-password.

REAL TIME TESTING

Test on the Latest iPhone 15 Simulators with iOS 17

You can now test your web and native mobile apps on the latest iPhone 15 Series running iOS 17. The available iPhone 15 Simulators include the following models: 

  • iPhone 15
  • iPhone 15 Pro, Pro Max
  • iPhone 15 Plus 

INTEGRATIONS

LambdaTest Integration With Axosoft

LambdaTest now offers integration with Axosoft to enable the creation and management of bugs or issues directly from the LambdaTest platform.

To use this integration, visit the documentation - LambdaTest Integration With Axosoft.

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HyperExecute: New features and enhancements

RELEASE VERSION: 1.94

Here are some latest enhancements and new features that LambdaTest's HyperExecute Cloud has to offer. 👇

  • An optimized report creation process for TestNG jobs. You can use these reports to check the Test Summary, Scenario Summary, and more.

  • Added support of HyperExecute Analytics for Private Cloud. With this, you can optimize your testing process and learn more about how your tests are performing.

  • Abort functionality has been enhanced to provide you with more flexibility. You can abort all or a selected amount of jobs. However, an admin can abort any and all jobs currently running for their organization.

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Meet the All-New Chromium Based LT Browser 2.0

Hey folks 👋 

We're excited to announce the beta release of the new Chromium-based LT Browser 2.0.

Unleash the power of Chromium and take your responsive testing to the next level. The all-new LT Browser 2.0 is faster than ever as it is based on the latest native Chromium rendering engine (Blink). 


The new LT Browser 2.0 boasts enhanced performance and several features that make it easier for you to create responsive designs for device viewports of all sizes. 📱 💻 

Here is a quick rundown of the features that LT Browser 2.0 offers 👇 

  • Interact and test with 4 devices simultaneously.
  • Dedicated DevTools for different viewports.
  • Test with unlimited custom device viewports.
  • Generate and share multiple error reports.
  • Use Chromium settings.
  • Install Chrome extensions.
  • Unlimited browser tabs to launch device viewports.
  • Record with the entire screen or browser tab.

📌 For more details, please check our Product Update on LT Browser 2.0 

📌 To get started, refer to LT Browser 2.0: Getting Started Guide

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LambdaTest Test Analytics: New Features

Hey, testers 😀 

Check out these new features added to LambdaTest Test Analytics. 👇 

  • Filter the Test Case Health Snapshot view according to your Count of Tests.

  • Added support for cloning the widgets in the Analytics Dashboard.

  • The new Task Status Ratio widget provides information about the quality of your current tasks based on the status marked on the LambdaTest platform.

Give these new features a try!

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Support for Windows 11 in HyperExecute

RELEASE VERSION: 1.92

Hey folks 😀 

LambdaTest's HyperExecute Cloud now supports the following new features 👇 

  • Now run end-to-end automated tests on Windows 11. You can configure this by adding runson a key in the HyperExecute YAML file. 

To run tests on Windows 11, set the value of the runson key to win11 as shown below.

version: 0.1
runson: win11
testSuiteTimeout: 90
autosplit: true
retryOnFailure: true
maxRetries: 1
concurrency: 2
globalTimeout: 150
testSuiteTimeout: 150
testSuiteStep: 150
  • HyperExecute now allows you to retry commands that might fail during the pre-stage level. 

To do this, configure the preDirectives key in the HyperExecute YAML file. 

preDirectives:
   commands:
     - mkdir -p m2_cache_dir
     - mvn -Dmaven.repo.local=$CACHE_DIR -Dmaven.test.skip=true clean install
  maxRetries: 5

The value of the maxRetries key determines how many times you want to retry your commands.

Try out these new features 🚀 

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