Are you hassled by the process of bug logging while you perform cross browser testing of your website? Don’t be! LambdaTest allows you to log a bug on your favourite third-party bug tracking, or project management tool, directly from LambdaTest and in just a single click.
Hello, testers! Off to a lazy Monday morning? I suggest you buckle up because we are about to announce exciting updates related to our platform.
Cross browser testing can be quite repetitive in this world of Agile. You need to evaluate your website on a weekly, bi-weekly, or even daily basis to ensure its cross browser compatibility for both mobile, and desktop browsers.
Are you planning strategies to help simplify the execution of your automation scripts for Selenium testing? Selenium is considered as one of the favourites, in test automation frameworks, especially if we refer to the open-source ones.
Dominating the browser market share with 63.99% as of Aug 2018 – Aug 2019, Google Chrome has been the pinnacle of web browsers. As a result of immense worldwide adoption, it is no surprise to witness a bustling marketplace for Google Chrome extensions.
Collaboration is pivotal for any successful release. Can you imagine going through a sprint without consulting or informing any other team involved in the project about what you did? You can’t right because it is not a pretty picture.
I can relate to the feeling where you wish to achieve flawless automation testing in the blink of an eye! On the other hand, I also understand the apprehension that is causing you to delay test automation.
Well, hi there! It is the first day of this week and we all are trying to cope up with the Monday blues, asking our colleagues about their weekend, figuring out what’s new to look forward to.
When it comes to automated website testing, one parameter that is extremely important is the intellect gathered from the output of your automation test execution i.e. number of bugs reported, percentage of pass/failed test cases, test coverage, etc.
Howdy testers!! Today, LambdaTest goes live with a new integration to a renowned project management tool called Breeze to help you collaborate faster as you perform cross browser testing.