Automated Browser Testing On Cloud

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Automated Browser Testing On Cloud

Wide Range of Automation Frameworks

Be it any framework for your automation test scripts Selenium, Cypress, Puppeteer, Playwright or more LambdaTest supports all.
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Wide Range of Automation Frameworks
Selenium Parallel Testing

Automate Test on Latest to Legacy Browsers

Access over 3000+ browser combinations, including Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, and Internet Explorer more across any cloud grid.
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Network Throttling

Ensure seamless user experience by checking your website's responsiveness on various network profiles.


Accessibility Testing

Enable WCAG-compliant accessibility testing, ensuring web content accessibility without traditional interaction methods.


Geolocation testing

Test your website from different geoIPs to make sure your users get the perfect experience across all locations.


120+ Integrations

Integrate effortlessly with your testing stack through a wide array of 120+ out-of-the-box integrations.

Easily Execute Parallel Automation Tests

Run multiple tests simultaneously, significantly reducing the time required for comprehensive test coverage release your products faster.
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Easily Execute Parallel Automation Tests
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Test Your Local/Staging Website

Test on local dev environment without the need for complex setups. Validate your changes quickly before pushing to production.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Web testing in automation?
Automated website testing is a method in which various software tools are used to evaluate the performance of a website. Automation testing can relieve you of tedious, time consuming repetitive tasks. A majority of businesses have a website or web-application to serve their customers.
What is parallel testing?
Parallel testing is one of the best ways to cut down overall test execution time of the whole test build. If you have test builds of multiple tests, parallel testing at LambdaTest will allow you to run these Selenium webdiver tests across multiple machines simultaneously. so if you have a build of 100 tests, and are subscribed on 10 parallel testing plan, then you can run upto 10 test threads simultaneously across 10 machines. Running tests in parallel will cut down drastically your overall build test execution times.
What is HyperExecute?
HyperExecute is an unique LambdaTest platform aimed at enabling teams executing thier test scripts at the fastest possible times. HyperExecute is an innovative new take on test execution on cloud and runs tests at speeds that even exceeds the local test execution speeds. The platform is flexible enough to run on VMs, MacOS infrastucure, and even Containers. And the best part is that it costs as much as spot instance cloud.
What is an automated browser?
Open-source frameworks such as Selenium, allows you to execute an automated browser. You can define the test scenario in any major programming language that is compatible with Selenium to automate any action within a browser. Be it a double-click over a particular button, or opening multiple tabs simultaneously. Selenium is considered gold standard for browser automation and has a huge community support.
Which tool is used for automation testing?
Depends upon the type of testing you wish to automate. Selenium is one of the most renowed open-source test automation framework for automated browser testing. It is compatible with all major programming languages including Java, JavaScript, Python, Ruby, PHP, Golang etc. It also supports recording and playback for testing web apps and can execute numerous scripts across all major web browsers. Similarly, you could use Appium to automate mobile app testing.
How can I automate with Selenium using LambdaTest?
The LambdaTest Selenium Automation Grid allows you to run end-to-end automation tests on a secure, robust, and scalable Selenium infrastructure. You can perform automated cross-browser testing across 2000 browsers and operating systems, resulting in higher test coverage and much shorter build times. Refer to our Selenium Automation testing documentation .
What is Automated Browser Testing?
Automated browser testing is the process of using software tools to run predefined tests on web applications across different browsers. This helps ensure the application behaves consistently and correctly, regardless of the browser being used.
What is Automation Testing Web?
Automation testing web refers to the practice of using automated tools to test web applications. This includes verifying functionalities, performance, and security of web applications to ensure they meet specified requirements and perform as expected under various conditions.
How to Automate a Web Browser?
Automating a web browser typically involves using tools like Selenium, Puppeteer, or Playwright. These tools interact with the browser to simulate user actions such as clicking buttons, filling forms, and navigating through pages. The steps generally include:
  1. Setting up the testing tool and Login to LambdaTest
  2. Writing test scripts.
  3. Running the tests through LambdaTest
  4. Analyzing the results with LambdaTest's test analytics.
What is Automated Testing Examples?
Examples of automated testing include:
  • Unit Testing: Testing individual components of the application.
  • Integration Testing: Ensuring different components work together.
  • End-to-End Testing: Simulating real user scenarios from start to finish.
  • Regression Testing: Re-running tests to ensure that new code changes do not adversely affect existing functionalities.
LambdaTest is a popular platform for automated cross-browser testing, enabling developers to run their tests on a cloud infrastructure across various browsers and devices.