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Selenified Integration With LambdaTest

Previously known as SecureCI™ Testing Framework, Selenified is an open-source test automation framework as a wrapper to Selenium with extra features such as detailed traceable reporting, custom reporting, ability to invoke dynamic waits etc. so you could test your web-application across web and even API level. The framework is built on top of TestNG which makes it an intuitive for beginners and offers support with multiple build tools such as Maven, Gradle, and Ant, making it easier to integrate with your DevOps build environments.

With LambdaTest integration to Selenified, you can perform cross browser testing in parallel on more than 2000 real browsers available at an online Selenium Grid offered by LambdaTest. So you don’t have to worry about configuring an in-house testing infrastructure as LambdaTest will take care of that for you.


  • Basic understanding of running tests from Selenified. If you haven’t run a Selenified test before, you can refer to their official GitHub repository.
  • LambdaTest Hub URL
  • LambdaTest Authentication Credentials
  • You will need 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.

    • For Linux/Mac:
    • For Windows:

Running Selenified Tests On LambdaTest Cloud Grid

You can run your Selenified test cases on a cloud-based Selenium Grid such as LambdaTest by declaring any of the two aspects into your test automation script.

  1. Feeding a remote Hub URL.
  2. Configuring authentication credentials as the environment variables.


By default, your Selenified tests would be executed over a standalone server. To run your tests using a remote server for LambdaTest Selenium Grid, you will need to provide your LambdaTest HubURL.

Note: If required, you can also declare extra parameters such as a particular port or IP.

Authentication Credentials

You can also run your Selenified test automation scripts on LambdaTest Selenium Grid by simply declaring your LambdaTest authentication credentials as the environment variables in your Selenified test automation script.

Note: LambdaTest clubs your test cases under a group, and assign them under a build. If you wish to override the build name then you can do so by invoking the buildName parameter in your
Selenified script.

That is all you need to tweak to run your Selenified tests on LambdaTest Selenium Grid. In case you have any questions, feel free to share them with us in the comments or simply wave them to our 24/7 in-app customer chat support. You could also email us through [email protected]. Happy testing! 🙂