New Browsers This Week!

Hello Testers 🎄

Tap on the smile emoji below 😀 if you are as excited as us to bid 2020 a goodbye 👋
With that we have updated our list of browsers on Real Time Testing and Chrome Extension for the one last time in 2020!

Here's what's new in browsers 👇

REAL TIME TESTING

  • Chrome 88 Beta
  • Opera 73

CHROME EXTENSION

  • Chrome 86
  • Firefox 81
  • Opera 71 & 72
  • Edge 86
  • Safari 14

Now Test on iOS 14.1 in Real Time

Hey Testers 👋

You can now test your websites on iOS 14.1 in Real Time testing. The recent update from Apple comes with new features and a host of bug fixes. Here’s the list of devices supporting iOS 14.1 on the LambdaTest platform, 📱  

  • iPhone 12 Pro Max, 12 Pro
  • iPhone 12 Mini, 12
  • iPhone 11 Pro Max, 11 Pro, 11
  • iPhone XS Max, XS
  • iPhone XR,  X
  • iPhone 8 Plus, 8

Start testing now and ensure your website delivers seamless user experience on all the browsers 🚀 

Did you try scheduling the screenshots yet?

Hey Testers 😎
Quick Question: Have you tried scheduling the screenshot session yet? If not, here are the reasons you should do it immediately: 👇

  • Monitor UI changes of your website by selecting the browser/os combination.
  • Schedule the session and get results delivered directly to your inbox or slack.
  • Reduced manual effort, saves time & increases productivity
  • If you somehow miss out on testing while stuck at work, we do it for you!

With LambdaTest Screenshot Scheduler you can automate the whole process in a single click. All you have to do is,
Choose Browsers & Devices
Save the selection by adding it to favourites
Click on Schedule Screenshots

Once you schedule the screenshot tests it will automatically run the tests based on the date & time settings you chose. You can also integrate with Slack and other tools to notify on your preferred time/date as the test is completed. So,what are you waiting for? Schedule one right away!🚀 

To learn more refer to our support document on schedule screenshots.

Now Test On iOS 14 & latest iPhones

Glad to announce that LambdaTest now supports iOS 14, enabling you to run automation tests and ensure websites are bug free on the new generation iPhones. We have added the latest version of iOS 14.1, 14.2 in automation for the following devices- 

📱 iPhone 12

📱 iPhone 12 mini

📱 iPhone 12 Pro

📱 iPhone 12 Pro Max

You can generate the Selenium capabilities for both the iOS versions from our Desired Capabilities Generator

New Browsers for Automation Testing!

You can now perform automation testing on these latest browsers using LambdaTest, 

  • Google Chrome:  87, 88
  • Microsoft Edge: 86, 87
  • Mozilla Firefox: 83, 84

There are some major updates on these latest versions! Right from the ability to control the camera pan, tilt, zoom on chrome to the edge shopping assistant on the latest version of Edge. Start testing now to find out how your website reflects on these new versions 🚀 

Lighthouse Performance Metrics in Automation is now live [For macOS]

Hello Testers 👋 

We are glad to announce that after the successful beta run on macOS Catalina we have launched the performance metrics integration to all the major mac operating systems🚀 

Now you can generate performance report of your website on:

macOS BigSur 
✅ macOS Mojave
✅ macOS Catalina
✅ macOS High Sierra
✅ macOS Sierra

However, you can expect these performance metrics in other operating systems extremely soon.

LambdaTest and Lighthouse: How does it Help?
Using our online selenium grid you can now generate a performance report of your website while performing cross browser testing. This makes the integration a powerhouse where you can analyze both visual and performance testing reports on a single dashboard.🚀
All you have to do is run a performance capability using our Desired Capabilities and get a complete understanding of how your website looks and acts across different browsers.

To get started, refer our documentation on Lighthouse Performance Metrics Using Online Selenium Grid

New Browsers Alert!

Hey Testers 👋 

We are happy to announce the latest additions to our list of browsers in real time testing, 

  • Google Chrome: 87
  • Microsoft Edge: 87
  • Mozilla Firefox: 83 & 84 [Beta]

Is your website compatible on these browsers? Try them out now! 

Introducing LambdaTest Certifications & Learning Hub

Hello Testers👋
We, at LambdaTest, believe everyone deserves access to valuable and free education. That’s why today, we’re excited to announce our Certifications 🎉 🏆 

That’s right, folks, LambdaTest is not just the coolest place to perform cross browser testing anymore. We are now your go-to platform to upskill, learn and get LAMBDATEST CERTIFIED 🚀

But Wait 💬 

Are you are worried about the learning resources to take the Certification? 📚 Well, we have got a solution just for you. Presenting our Learning Hub 🎉

To help you out here, we have launched a dedicated free resource Learning Hub that will help you gain foundational knowledge of every excellent tool or framework that comes your way. Be it Selenium, Cross browser testing, or Web development, we will have you covered! 😎 

Get a headstart and get certified today! For more details please read our product update.

Now Test On Latest Browsers & Devices

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

You can now perform cross browser testing over these browsers: 🚀 

For Automation Testing:

  • Google Chrome 87
  • Microsoft Edge 86

For Screenshot Testing:

  • Google Chrome 86
  • Mozilla Firefox 81
  • Opera 71 & 72
  • Microsoft Edge 86

For RealTime Testing

  • Google Chrome 87 Beta
  • Microsoft Edge 87 Beta
  • Mozilla Firefox 82 & 83 Beta
  • Opera 72

We have also added New Android Devices in Real Time Testing 🚀 

  • Galaxy Tab S6
  • Galaxy Tab S7
  • Amazon Fire HD 8

Now Export All Test Issues To XLSX Format

Your feedback is the fuel to our innovation. With every feature update we want to ensure our users have no roadblocks while executing tests using LambdaTest.

Considering your feedback for Issue Tracker, we have now added the feature to export all your test related issues in a spreadsheet (XLSX format)  

Earlier we had the option to export in PDF, however when a user logs in multiple issues it becomes difficult to consolidate for monitoring or sharing purposes. 

How to get there? 🚀 
As you sign-in, 

Click on issue tracker
Select the issues you want to export
Click on Export and select Export to XLSX

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