What is LambdaTest?
LambdaTest platform provides secure, scalable and insightful test orchestration for website, and mobile app testing. Customers at different points in their DevOps lifecycle can leverage Automation and/or Manual testing on LambdaTest.
LambdaTest is a tool in the Browser Testing category of a tech stack.
Who uses LambdaTest?
460 companies reportedly use LambdaTest in their tech stacks, including Alibaba Travels, for-School, and EnergySage.
76 developers on StackShare have stated that they use LambdaTest.
Slack, GitLab, Jira, Jenkins, and AngularJS are some of the popular tools that integrate with LambdaTest. Here's a list of all 76 tools that integrate with LambdaTest.
Pros of LambdaTest
Pocket friendly pricing
Integration with Gitlab
Integration with Bitbucket
Cross browser testing
Integration with Jira
Integration with GitHub
Integration with Trello
Clean UI and Easy to use
Integration with Slack
Integration with Asana
Pre-installed developer tools
Integration with Hive
IE and Edge support
Local app testing
Integration with Teamwork
Integration with VSTS
Real time testing feature is flawless
Up-to-date Browser collection
Robust Selenium Grid
24/7 Customer Chat Support
- Selenium Web Automation
- Cypress CLI
- HyperExecute (70% faster then conventional selenium grid)
- Test at Scale
- Customized Enterprise Solutions
- Puppeteer Automation Testing
- Playwright Automation Testing
- TestCafe Automation Testing
- Appium Automation Testing
- Espresso Mobile App Testing
- On Premise Selenium Grid
- Real Time Browser Testing
- Real Mobile App Testing
- Local host web app testing
- Automated Screenshot Generation
- Smart Visual UI testing, Visual Regression Testing
- Free Responsive testing with LT Browser
- Smart Visual UI Testing
- Testing Locally Hosted Pages: Lambda Tunnel
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