Testsigma is an unified codeless automation testing platform, designed and built for Agile and DevOps teams. With Testsigma, you can automate tests on Web, Mobile, and APIs; along with your team, with minimal or no coding skills required.
Testsigma now offers integration with LambdaTest to help you perform automated cross-browser testing taking advantage of the cloud-based Selenium Grid on over 2000 real browsers. LambdaTest Selenium Grid integration to Testsigma will help you run your Selenium automation scripts from Testsigma instance to our cloud-based Selenium Grid very easily. Lets see how.
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The LambdaTest option will open and you will be needed to enter your LambdaTest credentials, including username and access key. Once you have entered the required information, click on Create button.
As soon as you click on the Create button, your LambdaTest credentials will be verified. Once the credentials verification is successful, the LambdaTest option will show a green coloured Enabled button, stating that the integration is successful, as shown in the image below.
Now that you have integrated LambdaTest as the Test Environment Provide, you can execute your tests on the LambdaTest’s cloud-based Selenium Grid. To do so:
Select the project of your choice, and choose the test lab as LambdaTest, from the list of active test labs.
A list of options will appear now, as shown in the image below, stating the type of environment upon which you want to run your test. You can select any as per your choice.
Fill the details of the test environment configuration on which you want to run your test. For example, if you select the option as Web, then you need to select the browser, browser version, operating system, and resolution.
As soon as you execute the test from Testsigma, the test execution will start on LambdaTest platform as well. To view the test execution details, open the Automation dashboard. You will see your test details on the top, as shown below:
Not only this, but you can also confirm the test environment configuration, view test execution video, console logs, network logs, exceptions, step by step screenshots, and much more. All you need to do is click on test build to open the Automation log view.
Kudos! Now you can deploy your codeless automation tests in a reliable & faster manner at scale, using LambdaTest integration with Testsigma, and perform automated cross browser testing with our cloud based online Selenium Grid. If you still have any questions, feel free to share them with us through our 24/7 chat support or by mailing to us on email@example.com. Happy testing! 🙂