Now Test Browser Extensions For Mozilla Firefox & Microsoft Edge Browsers

Till now, you were only able to test browser extensions on Google Chrome using our cloud Selenium Grid. Now, you could also test browser extensions for Mozilla Firefox & Microsoft Edge browsers. 

Note: Browser extensions support for Mozilla Firefox & Microsoft Edge browsers is in beta stage right now. We are gathering some amazing feedback and are working to incorporate them before we get it out of beta testing. If you want to perform automated browser testing for your browser extensions on Firefox & Edge then give us a shout.

For Microsoft Edge browsers, you could test extensions on Chromium-based Edge Browser versions.

Test your browser extensions now and let us know how it went for you.  

Test On Firefox 78, Chrome 84, Opera 69, Edge 84, Beta Browsers

announcement 

We have expanded our browser collection by adding the latest stable & beta versions of multiple browsers to our real time testing. 

You can now perform cross browser testing over: 

  • Google Chrome 84 and 85 Beta
  • Mozilla Firefox 78 and 79 Beta
  • Opera 69 and 70 Beta
  • Edge 84
  • An Enhanced LT Browser


We're Live With Latest Browsers, GitHub Action For Tunnel And AirTable Integration

Howdy Testers! At LambdaTest, our users are a big part of our journey, as we constantly work towards giving the best experience to our users. This is why we’re constantly working to give you better user experience.

Perform Real-Time Testing Over Latest Browsers

 We realise how important are the latest browsers are for your testing efforts, this is why we constantly work to get the lastest browsers to improve your testing coverage. 

 

Here are the latest browsers for Real-time testing:

  • Chrome 83 & Chrome 84 Beta
  • Firefox 77
  • Test on Edge 81,  Edge 83 &  Edge 84 Beta 
  • Opera 68, Opera 69 Beta 

Now Live With Latest Chrome, Firefox, Edge & Opera Browsers

GitHub Actions To Launch Lambda Tunnel

The GitHub community can now leverage GitHub action for Lambda Tunnel to test locally hosted web pages with ease. Simply embed the Lambda Tunnel GitHub action into your Job. Once the GitHub action is triggered, it will automatically take care of setting up the binary file & executing Selenium automation tests using the Lambda Tunnel. Pace up your GitHub workflows now!

GitHub Action to Launch Lambda Tunnel

LambdaTest Now Integrates With AirTable 

With LambdaTest integration with Airtable, you can manage your bugs more efficiently and effectively while performing cross browser testing. This integration enables you to easily mark your bugs, keep a track of them, share, and collaborate with your team on your Airtable project. Your bugs get logged in your respective table, you can fill up the fields such as associated feature, bug source, assignee, etc.

After you’ve marked the bugs, you can see that these bugs logged in the table, along with all the entered information. You can also see the environment on which the test was performed along with the screenshot URL of the marked bug, which routes you to the screenshot.

LambdaTest Now Integrates With Airtable


Introducing LT Browser - A Dev-Friendly Browser For Mobile View Debugging

We’re live with LT Browser! Last 4 weeks since the beta release we’ve received amazing suggestions & feedback from our beloved customers. We’ve been constantly working to incorporate those suggestions in the LT Browser & are grateful for all your inputs. Thank you for all your help. It is because of you that we’ve come out with a sturdier version of LT Browser to go live with.  

Download LT Browser

Why LT Browser?

LT Browser is a developer-friendly browser that helps users to validate their website’s responsiveness over different viewports. You can use LT Browser to develop, design, debug your web application and collaborate with your team on your favourite bug management tool.

 Here’s What You Can Do With LT Browser:      

  • Check Responsive Design instantly on different device viewports
  • Create your own custom device to ensure the responsiveness of your website.
  • Mirrored interactions to help you easily compare the mobile view of your website.
  • Hasten your debugging process with built-in developer tools.
  • Check the responsiveness of your locally hosted website.
  • Ensure responsive web design for pages behind a login.
  • Built-in image editor to easily highlight a responsive bug.
  • Share bugs with your team in a single click.
  • Hot reloading to help you see your changes instantly in real-time
  • Take screenshots & videos while testing and share it with your team!

Learn more



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.

slack-integration

 

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!

Learn More


LambdaTest launches Underpass – A Desktop Application For Testing Local Pages

Hey All! Hope you are staying safe amid COVID-19 outbreak and staying indoors, working remotely! In the mid of all these, we introduced Underpass- A Desktop application to make you local testing easier. All you need to do is to install this application in your system and start your local testing.

Why Underpasss?

Underpass saves you the effort of working your way through the command line to trigger the Lambda Tunnel binary. Now, you just need to download, install the application and hit the launch button with your LambdaTest authentication credentials. That is it! The Underpass will take care of the rest.

You can also use Magic Link to auto-fill the authentication credentials. Just click on the Magic Link under the "Configure Tunnel" button in the header and it will automatically open the auto-fill Underpass.

The Underpass application has a built-in terminal to reflect the Lambda Tunnel logs directly from your command line.

Best Part? Underpass lets you specify a bunch of advanced configurations while launching your Lambda Tunnel.

That way, you can launch the Lambda Tunnel on your specified proxy details, environment label, info API port, local server port, and more.! You can even view the detailed logs by toggling the Verbose button, by default, it would be off.

The MITM(Man-in-the-middle) toggle enables you to test websites using self-signed certificates on your local system or internal network.

For more details, refer to our support documentation on LambdaTest Underpass.

We're now live on Product Hunt with our Automated Screenshot Scheduler!!!

Howdy testers? We are excited to be featured on the Product Hunt community with our Screenshot Scheduler. Please share some love ❤️️ by sharing your feedback to the community!

Cheers!

Now Test on Mac OS Catalina & Safari 13 on LambdaTest

Hello Testers!!! We have made the most awaited MacOS Catalina now live on LambdaTest platform. You can now perform Real time live interactive testing on Mac OS Catalina on Safari 13, Chrome, Firefox, and Opera browsers.

Give it a try and let us know how it goes for you! We'll keep you updating with latest browsers and OS in our coming releases.

Happy Testing!

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).


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