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JNightwatch.js is an open-source, node.js powered, automated browser testing framework. It was developed in Amsterdam & derives its name from the famous painting ‘The Night Watch’ by Dutch 17th century artist Rembrandt van Rijn.
The LambdaTest Selenium grid doesn’t identify if you test ‘passed’ or ‘failed’. It only identifies whether a test has executed to it’s last command or whether it has stopped/timed-out before it. The user would have to pass on these parameters to LambdaTest platform to make it possible for tracking these values at LambdaTest platform. Make use of LambdaTest API or LambdaTest Annotations, for pushing additional metadata to LambdaTest or to track the pass/fail status of a test.
Yes! One of the key features of LambdaTest Selenium grid is the ability to run your test cases in parallel. Which means you can execute numerous automation test cases altogether and enable you to cut down on test times. With LambdaTest selenium grid you can run a single test scenario across different browsers or different test scenarios with the same browser (or any other combinations). Wondering how many parallel test cases can you run? That depends entirely on the number of concurrent sessions under your opted plan.
Maximum number of test cases that can be queued = n + 150 Here, n = number of concurrent sessions. For instance, if you are opting for pricing where you can avail up to 10 concurrent sessions. Then the maximum number of test cases that can be queued will be equal to 10 + 150 i.e. 160 queued test cases. LambdaTest would automatically schedule and execute test cases for you. We have added a capacity constraint on the number of tests that can be queued to prevent over-exploitation of the platform. Refer LambdaTest Queuing Policy to know more.
LambdaTest Concurrency Calculator is here to help you calculate the number of parallel sessions you need for your test coverage. Feed the information to our Concurrency Calculator, and it would suggest to you the appropriate number of parallel sessions.