Cerberus Testing is an open-source tool that helps you cover the complete test cycle from a single place. It can be used for both Automation testing, as well as Manual testing.
LambdaTest now provides an integration with the Cerberus Testing tool, to help you perform cross-browser testing on over 2000 real desktop browsers, mobile viewports, and operating system combinations. With this document, you will learn how to integrate LamndaTest with the Cerberus Testing tool and get started with your first test.
Inside your Cerberus Testing tool, you need to set up LambdaTest as your Test Executor. So follow the below steps to set up LambdaTest as your Executor Robot:
Host User: <your LambdaTest username>
Host Password: <your LambdaTest access key>
To get your LambdaTest username and access key, please refer here.
Since you have the LambdaTest Executor ready, you can now execute your tests from Cerberus directly on the LambdaTest platform. To do so:
Now if you open your Automation dashboard, you can see your Cerberus test case running as per the chosen Robot Executor details.
Once the test is complete, you can view the result of the test on LambdaTest, with all its details. You can view logs, mark bugs, and do much more for each executed test from your LambdaTest platform. To explore more about the LambdaTest’s Automation Dashboard, refer this guide.
Congrats! You have successfully executed your Cerberus test case on the LambdaTest platform, which provides you 2000+ browser and operating system combinations to perform cross-browser testing. If you have any doubt or face any issues, please feel free to contact us via 24×7 chat support, or you can also mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy Testing!!