April 2020 Platform Updates: New Browser, Better Performance & Much Much More!


Perform Cross Browser Testing Over Latest Browsers

We’ve added a bunch of latest browsers over LambdaTest to help you get the best coverage for cross browser testing. You can now test over:

  • Test On Google Chrome 81 & Google Chrome 83 Beta
  • Mozilla Firefox 75 & Mozilla Firefox 76 Beta Is Now Available
  • Real Time Testing On The Latest Opera 68
  • Test On Chromium Edge 80 & Edge 81
  • macOS Catalina Is Now Available For Screenshot Testing

New Android Browsers Added To Our Appium Grid

Slack Alerts For Build Completion & Test Failure On Our Online Selenium Grid

With LambdaTest Online Selenium Grid, you can now trigger Slack alerts for your test builds. That way, you will always be aware once the test build execution is completed and you would also be prompted about the test failures over Slack.

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PractiTest Integration To Help You Mark Bugs In A Single Click

We’ve added another exciting integration to an industry-leading project management tool, PractiTest.


Have You Used The Latest Keyword Capability In Our Online Selenium Grid Yet?

We’ve come up with a handy capability which is triggered by the latest keyword. If you use this keyword in your desired capabilities class for the browser versions, it would automatically trigger your Selenium testing script over the latest version of the selected browser. 

 

Other Major Updates:

  • You can now download PDF reports from the automation dashboard
  • For webdriverIO fans, we’ve come up with LambdaTest service for WebdriverIO to ease out the Lambda Tunnel configuration process.
  • New data centres & new grid to boost Selenium cloud performance in North America, Europe & Asia-Pacific. 
  • UnderPass can now be terminated from the GUI
  • Official docker image of Lambda Tunnel is now available for CI/CD pipelines tool such as Travis CI, Circle CI, GitLab CI, and more!

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LambdaTest now integrates with Backlog!

Hello testers, Merry Christmas! LambdaTest now integrates with with Backlog to help you log bugs directly from LambdaTest on your Backlog project, in just a single click.

By integrating your LambdaTest account with your Backlog project, you will be able to generate a task on Backlog directly from LambdaTest, should you come across any cross browser issue.

That way you can highlight a bug while cross browser testing and report it to your colleagues over Backlog. You can provide specific details about the bug on LambdaTest while filing the bug. These details would automatically be reflected over Backlog, along with the screenshot you highlighted on LambdaTest.

If you are already using Backlog then make sure to integrate LambdaTest with your Backlog account to experience seamless cross browser testing.



Now Schedule your Screenshot Tests with LambdaTest Scheduler

We have made screenshot testing on a set of combinations much easier for you now! 😉 With the latest Screenshot scheduler feature, you can now schedule your automated screenshot tests on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis.

All you need to do is to select the frequency and date, day and time on which you want your screenshot tests to run and we'll do the rest. You'll get your screenshot test results directly in your mailbox!

You can access, reschedule, and delete your already running scheduler in the "Recents" tab under Screenshot Testing!

Note: The time mentioned in the scheduler dropdown is in GMT(Greenwich Mean Time).


Test on Chromium on iOS and all latest desktop browsers.

Chromium browser on iOS devices

The most demanded browser- Chromium is now live in Real time testing in iOS devices. You can now test your websites and web applications on Chromium browser in iOS 11.3 and above under our Real time testing feature.

New Browsers in Real time testing

Along with this new browser, we also updated the latest browsers on LambdaTest Cloud platform. You can now test on latest desktop browsers including Chrome 78 stable, Chrome 79 Beta, Firefox 70 Stable, Firefox 71 Beta, and Opera 65 Beta on all Windows and Mac browsers. You can access all the latest browsers under Real time testing.

We want to make sure you get the best experience on our platform and your users on yours :) Let us know if you have any question on our 24/7 chat support or you can share us in the feedback as well :).

Happy Testing!

Now Test With Selenium 4 Capabilities, Shared Tunnel, & Geo Location testing in Automation!

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Selenium 4 Powered Testing

The latest Selenium version (Selenium 4) is in it's Alpha stage and would be launched any day now. We have upgraded our platform to support the latest version and now you can run Selenium 4 based test at LambdaTest platform.

If you want to upgrade to latest version that's awesome and we have you covered, however if you are running selenium 3.x or earlier version, no worries we got you covered as well. The latest update is backwards compatible. That means your current scripts will work as it is on LambdaTest. Learn More about Selenium 4 on LambdaTest.

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Geo-proxy Enabled Cross Browser Testing in Automation

Did you know that your website may appear different when rendered from different geographical location? LambdaTest can help you with that !!!!

Earlier last month we launched GeoLocation testing features for manual real time testing features. Today we extended these features to our Selenium Automation Grid offering as well. You can define the geolocation you want to run your test scripts on though the desired capabilities object. Check out how to perform cross browser test automation from different geo-locations with LambdaTest.

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Lambda Shared Tunnel For Faster Testing

With our all new shared tunnel feature you can now configure a shared Lambda Tunnel for all of the teammates that are listed under your organization at LambdaTest. This will eliminate the need for them to configure a tunnel again for testing a website or web application. Know more about running share Lambda Tunnel.

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Let us know how you feel about this exciting release. :)

Till then,

Happy Testing!!!