Yes. Open you website in any device and click on the video recording button, a timer will start and you will be able to record your interaction of the website within the device. The timer will continue to run unless you stop the recording by clicking over the same video recording button.
To access any of your captured screenshots or recorded video, visit the Media. In Media, you’ll find tabs for Images & Videos. You can download, share, and delete any image or video from the Media tab. And similar to in-built image editor, you can mark a bug from an image stored in Media as well.
Yes. All you need to do for testing your locally hosted web-apps or websites, is to provide the localhost string as the URL in the header of your LT browser and you’ll be able to access your localhost server.
With LT Browser, not only can you evaluate how your responsive web design might look over 45+ devices but you can also debug your web-application to figure out the root cause behind a browser or UI bug. To debug your website, click on the button with the debug icon.
Certain websites block the script which we use for the Device Sync feature to work. It doesn't let the WebSocket connection stay. Generally, the e-commerce and social media websites block this script to prevent data scraping and crawling bots. Whenever you test the particular website, you will get a warning message. You are requested to disable the Device Sync for that particular website.
Device Sync works with loading a script on the website, which creates a WebSocket connection. You need to wait for the web page to load completely before the Device Sync can be used. For certain websites that have a different scroll behavior for the images and pages, the Scroll Sync might behave in this way.
The audit report can be generated only for the public URLs. We currently use the Google LightHouse API to fetch the performance data which limits the audit for private or locally hosted web pages.
Yes, the audit reports are shareable. You can either generate a non-expiring shareable link or share the report with your team over email. Currently, we don’t provide a feature to export the Audit report as a PDF or doc.
You can try clearing the cache using the 'Clear Website Cache' option under 'Advanced settings'. If the issue persists, this might be due to the web view. Currently, LT Browser uses web view to render the website. Therefore, the content renders accordingly. So in certain edge cases for some configurations, you may notice that the website behavior is slightly different from that on the real device.
The website might have certain OS-level configuration requirements that don’t get replicated on LT Browser. For such scenarios, we suggest you use the real-time testing feature of LambdaTest.
This can be due to the cache of the website. You can clear the cache using the 'Clear Website Cache' option under 'Advanced settings'.
You can try clearing the cache using the 'Clear Website Cache' option under 'Advanced settings'. The webpage then opens with cache cleared and the tests can be performed once the page loads completely.
This issue can be solved with the widget and pop-up toggle from the 'Advanced Settings'. When the toggle is off, the links will open in New Tab. Otherwise, the links would not open in the new tab. Also, you can open the links in New Tab by using the shortcut 'Ctrl+click' even while the toggle is off.
To use the widgets, you can enable the Widgets and Popups toggle from the ' Advanced Settings' of the app.
No, custom devices can only be deleted and recreated with the required configurations.
It has the following differences:
Different frames appear for Desktop, Laptop, Mobile or Tablet.
Zoom functionality changes too. For mobile, it is frame Zoom and for Desktop and Laptops, it is content Zoom.
Rotate functionality is enabled for Mobile and Tablet but not for Desktop and Laptops.
The thumbnail icon that is used in the left menu is with respect to the selected device type.