October 22 updates. a new Analytics and App Automation dashboard, testing on the Google Pixel 7 series, and more

Hello everyone! We hope you had a great Hacktober! At LambdaTest, we strive to bring you the best with every update. Our engineering and technology teams work at lightning speed to provide you with a seamless testing experience.

To end October on a high note, we’re here with a collection of new features and updates available this month. Last month, we made a major design overhaul to our analytics and app automation dashboard, added exclusive support for macOS Ventura and the Google Pixel 7 series, and much more.

Let’s recap the LambdaTest news for October.

New analytics dashboard for test automation

The New Analytics Dashboard lets you create dashboards and custom widgets for test analytics. You can create your own custom views with different widgets and get stakeholder insights in no time by creating dashboards.

It provides a single location to monitor your builds and test runs and allows you to track the following settings.

  • Test overview – Provides a snapshot of test case health for layered tests found on the platform. You can also get other details such as test summary and overall distribution based on browsers and operating systems. Also, it helps you with test trends and test status ratios.
  • Resource usage – Calculates the total resource usage for all your parallel test distributions on the LambdaTest platform.
  • Misconceptions – Track your test trends for all error status tests.

You can view test analysis for the following LambdaTest offerings.

  1. Web Automation Testing
  2. Application automation testing
  3. HyperExecute:

Bonus additions to LambdaTest Automation

Here are some additions made to LambdaTest’s web automation testing.

  1. Automate your website testing on the latest browser versions.
  • Chrome 107 Beta (for Windows), 106, 105
  • Edge 107 Beta (for Windows), 106, 105
  • We added one new flag, exclude_specs, to our Cypress flag list. You can add exclude_specs in the key run_settings option to specify specific files you want to exclude from the test run.
  • For more information, visit our guide on how to run a cyprus test.

    Brand new app automation dashboard

    We have great news for you! Our new LambdaTest app automation dashboard will help make your mobile test automation easier. Now you can find and fix errors in no time.

    The new App Automation Dashboard comes with several new features and improvements. Here are the highlights.

    • Optimized navigation.
    • Search for a test by build name, test name, and test ID.
    • Filter your test builds based on date, scope, status, users, and project.
    • Track the progress of your build, session, and tests in one view.
    • Quickly debug comprehensive test logs, device logs, network logs, and Appium logs.
    • Share test logs with your colleagues or team members.
    • Download the mobile app directly from your local machine
    • Get meta data for your automation tests.
    • Access various resources such as detailed documentation, GitHub samples, and more.

    Application automation dashboard

    Test your iOS apps with Appium 2.0

    LambdaTest’s App Automation now enables app test automation with Appium 2.0 on real iOS devices. Additionally, we’ve added support for testing with multiple versions of Appium so you can choose the right version of Appium depending on the project’s requirements.

    Not only that, we’ve also added support for testing iOS apps from different time zones. Therefore, you can check how iOS apps behave in different time zones, both manually and automatically.

    [Exclusive] Testing apps on a real Google Pixel 7 series

    This year has been great for Google smartphone users. After previewing the Pixel 6a in July, the tech giant has now unveiled its next-generation phones, the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro.

    Are your mobile web and native apps ready for the Google Pixel 7?

    We’re excited to announce that LambdaTest’s real-device cloud now offers exclusive support for manual and automated app testing of mobile web and native apps on the latest Google Pixel 7 series.

    Instantly test your mobile apps on real Google Pixel 7 smartphones.

    [Exclusive] macOS Ventura is available for cross-browser testing

    macOS Ventura is the latest version of macOS with breakthrough features. It features advanced multitasking features, reviews multiple apps, and much more.

    Are your sites compatible with macOS Ventura? Test them on the LambdaTest platform, which offers exclusive support for macOS Ventura to perform real-time web testing and screenshot testing.

    With the LambdaTest platform, you can perform cross-browser and automated screenshot testing on real macOS Ventura in over 3,000 real browser environments.
    We’ve also added some new browser options for screenshot testing.

    • Chrome 103, 102
    • Firefox 102, 101
    • Edge 103, 102
    • Opera 88, 87

    That’s it

    We’re constantly updating our platform with new features to make it easier to work with your team. LambdaTest will soon have more testing features to help take your software testing up a notch.

    Until then, try out our new features and share your feedback with us on the LambdaTest community or email us at support@lambdtest.com.

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