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Selenium Testing With Codefresh CI And LambdaTest

Codefresh is a cloud-native continuous integration and delivery platform that enables teams to quickly and efficiently develop, deploy, and manage cloud-native applications.

Teams can quickly and easily build, test, and deploy their applications on any cloud platform, including Kubernetes, Docker, and AWS. Our intuitive, easy-to-use UI helps streamline the development process.

LambdaTest now integrates with Codeship to boost your go-to-market delivery. Perform automated cross browser testing with LambdaTest to ensure your development code renders seamlessly through an online Selenium grid providing 3000+ real browsers running through machines on the cloud. Perform automation testing in parallel with LambdaTest’s Selenium grid to trim down your test cycles drastically.


  1. Signing details of Codefresh CI
  2. A GitHub repository. Here is our sample GitHub repository for Python Selenium Sample.
  3. LambdaTest Authentication Credentials
    Be aware of your LambdaTest authentication credentials i.e. your LambdaTest username, access key and HubURL. You need to set them up as your environment variables. You can retrieve them from your LambdaTest automation dashboard by clicking on the key icon near the help button.

Integrating Codefresh CI With LambdaTest

Step 1: Sign-in into your codefresh ci account , and create a new pipeline

Sign up on Codeship

Step 2: Select your user/git organisation, select repository and then click create.

Select GitHub as your SCM

Step 3: After the creation of pipeline, you must see the workflow YAML got generated, with your selected github repository.

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Step 4: You will have option to choose your runtime image as per your requirements, or test scripts.

  • Choose your runtime image
  • Add your environment variables which needs to be passed to your testscripts.
  • Add your execution command in the commands option of your pipeline YAML.
  • As the selected repository has scripts which is made to run tests on LambdaTest Selenium Grid, you would need set the env variables such as LT_USERNAME and LT_ACCESS_KEY
  • Then to execute the pipeline, click the RUN button.

You may take reference from this YAML to run your own test project/scripts

version: "1.0"
- "clone"
- "build"
- "test"

title: "Cloning repository"
type: "git-clone"
repo: "xyz/python-selenium-sample_2"
revision: "${{CF_BRANCH}}"
git: "github"
stage: "clone"

title: "Running test"
type: "freestyle"
image: "python:3.9" # Using Python image
working_directory: "${{clone}}"
- "pip3 install selenium"
- "python3"
stage: "test"

You can see the pipeline running.

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Step 4: Login to the LambdaTest Dashboard, Navigate to Automation -> Web Automation. You can see your codefresh pipeline build has been executed on LambdaTest

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Similarly you can run test scripts based on any framework using this above described method. Here is the selenium test script for your reference.

import unittest
import os
from selenium import webdriver
from import By
from import Options as ChromeOptions

username = os.getenv("LT_USERNAME") # Replace the username
access_key = os.getenv("LT_ACCESS_KEY") # Replace the access key

# paste your capability options below
options = ChromeOptions()
options.browser_version = "latest"
options.platform_name = "win10"
lt_options = {}
lt_options["username"] = username
lt_options["accessKey"] = access_key
lt_options["video"] = True
lt_options["resolution"] = "1920x1080"
lt_options["network"] = True
lt_options["build"] = "test_build"
lt_options["project"] = "unit_testing"
lt_options["name"] = "basic_unit_selinium"
lt_options["w3c"] = True
lt_options["plugin"] = "python-python"
options.set_capability("LT:Options", lt_options)

class FirstSampleTest(unittest.TestCase):
driver = None

def setUp(self):
self.driver = webdriver.Remote(
username, access_key

# """ You can write the test cases here """
def test_demo_site(self):
# try:
driver = self.driver
driver.set_window_size(1920, 1080)

# Url
print("Loading URL")

# Let's click on a element
driver.find_element(By.NAME, "li1").click()
location = driver.find_element(By.NAME, "li2")
print("Clicked on the second element")

# Let's add a checkbox
driver.find_element(By.ID, "sampletodotext").send_keys("LambdaTest")
add_button = driver.find_element(By.ID, "addbutton")
print("Added LambdaTest checkbox")

# print the heading
search = driver.find_element(By.CSS_SELECTOR, ".container h2")
assert search.is_displayed(), "heading is not displayed"

# Let's download the invoice
heading = driver.find_element(By.CSS_SELECTOR, ".container h2")
if heading.is_displayed():
print("Tests are run successfully!")

# tearDown runs after each test case
def tearDown(self):

if __name__ == "__main__":

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