Howdy testers! June has ended, and it’s time to give you a refresher on everything that happened at LambdaTest over the last month. We are thrilled to share that we are live with Cypress testing and that our very own LT Browser is free for all LambdaTest users.
Software depends on a team of experts who share their viewpoint to show the whole picture in the form of an end product. In software development, each member of the team makes a vital contribution to make sure that the product is created and released with extreme precision.
In this digital era, Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment is closely aligned with software development and agile methodologies. Organizations deploy latest versions of software products every minute to ensure maximum competitive edge.
The demand for modernized automation tools has increased exponentially with the need to deliver products faster to the market. One of the reasons is the development of modernized web applications using frameworks like React, Angular, Vue, etc.
When performing Selenium test automation, you would have come across umpteen scenarios where there is a need to verify the properties and values of the WebElements.
Have you ever wondered how those three dots on a website blink so quickly? CSS Transforms and Transitions property can do the trick! CSS Transform property applies movement, rotation, skewing, and scaling to the HTML elements in 2D or 3D. The transition property helps the change to take place smoothly and swiftly.
One of the key features of the agile way of software development is the combination of DevOps and automation testing.
Web products of top-notch quality can only be realized when the emphasis is laid on every aspect of the product. This is where web automation testing plays a major role in testing the features of the product inside-out.
One of the most common test automation challenges is how do we modify the request headers in Selenium WebDriver. As an automation tester, you would come across this challenge for any programming language, including Java.