In a recent development, LambdaTest, a cloud-based testing platform, has launched a new Intelligent UI Inspector tool for its real device testing platform. This innovative tool optimizes interaction and automates precise Xpath creation for both native and hybrid mobile apps under test.
By integrating intelligent elements into the inspection workflow, LambdaTest aims to transform and enhance the landscape of quality assurance and mobile app testing. The Intelligent UI Inspector delivers faster and more efficient testing cycles by eliminating the need for tedious and error-prone manual interaction and Xpath generation.
It is pertinent to mention that companies leveraging LambdaTest for mobile app test automation can benefit from simplified test scripting, accelerated feedback loops, and reduced bugs through the power of AI-driven test inspection.
Moreover, this tool also enables streamlined inspection of web-view elements, providing a comprehensive view in the domain of hybrid application quality assurance. The co-founder of LamdaTest seemed confident in this newly unveiled tool, admitting that this revelation was a major step forward in their commitment toward enhanced testing experience for real device users.
Thanks to the rapid identification and resolution of UI issues, the Intelligent UI inspector, boasting an aesthetically appealing interface, is poised to become a focal tool for offering a flawless user experience.
What is LamdaTest?
LambdaTest is a cloud-based test execution platform that enables users to run both manual and automated tests on websites and web apps across thousands of different browsers, operating systems, and devices. LambdaTest’s core capability is providing fast, scalable, and reliable cross-browser testing environments to test and validate that web apps work seamlessly across diverse user settings.
By eliminating the headache of maintaining expensive in-house testing infrastructure, LambdaTest offers online accessibility to a highly scalable, secure grid of browsers and operating systems spread across various locations for comprehensive cross-browser testing. Consequently, users get actionable bug reports and analytics revolving around test execution.