LEAPWORK is a test automation platform that provides easy and completely visual codeless automation. With LEAPWORK, you can build test automation cases without writing a single line of code, transform those test cases into an automation flow for faster and greater coverage. It also provides seamless integration to various CI/CD and DevOps tools.
LambdaTest has integrated with LEAPWORK to make your test automation more seamless than before. Now, you will be able to perform cross browser testing for over 2000+ browsers, devices, and operating systems at the click of a few buttons. Test automation was never so easy!
LEAPWORK assigns ‘Agents’, or available machines, for you to execute automation flows. These ‘agents’ can then be used to set up ‘Schedules’ or run automation flows. In order to integrate LEAPWORK with LambdaTest, you will need to create an agent with web-only capabilities for LambdaTest.
Step 1: In LEAPWORK Studio, go to ‘Agents’ section and select New.
Step 2: Choose Agent type- LambdaTest from the drop-down menu.
Step 3: Log in to your LambdaTest profile, if you haven’t done that already sign up right here.
Step 4: Go to your profile in the top-right corner. Fetch the username and access token key for the next step.
Step 5: Go back to LEAPWORK Studio, where we selected LambdaTest in Step 2 and this window popped up.
As you already know, LambdaTest provides cross browser testing on more than 2000 devices, browsers, and operating systems. You can choose to perform manual as well as automated browser testing on our cloud-based platform.
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Step 6: Enter your hostname (hub), username, and access key in the highlighted sections. This is the most important part, you can enter the rest of the options according to your requirements. Under the hostname, you just need to enter the following address-
Step 7: Next after entering all the desired specifications, navigate to Test Connection, and click it. If the environment was set up properly, Studio will display Successfully Connected in green.
Now you can go ahead and save the LambdaTest environment in the studio, which can be used anytime for scheduling your automation flows.
In case you face any problems during the integration or have any other questions, reach out to us on our 24×7 chat support.