Stay up-to-date with TestingBot's latest product updates.
Selenium 4.2.0 was recently released and is now available for automated testing on TestingBot.
You can use
selenium-version to indicate which Selenium version to use:
MutableCapabilities tbOpts = new MutableCapabilities(); tbOpts.setCapability("selenium-version", "3.11.0"); DesiredCapabilities caps = new DesiredCapabilities(); caps.setCapability("browserName", "chrome"); caps.setCapability("browserVersion", "latest-1"); caps.setCapability("platformName", "WIN10"); caps.setCapability("tb:options", tbOpts);
Cypress 10.0.0 is now available in the TestingBot Desktop Grid.
Run your Cypress tests with Cypress' newest version, 10.0.0 on remote browsers in the TestingBot cloud. More information available in our Cypress documentation.
Chrome's latest version, version 102 is now available for automated, manual and visual testing on TestingBot's desktop grid. See the list of Chrome changes to find out what changed.
Additionally, we have added Opera's latest version, 87, to the grid. Enjoy!
We have added new Android Emulators for automated, live and visual testing:
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S7: running Android 12 (Snow Cone)
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S6: running Android 11 (Red Velvet Cake)
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S5: running Android 10 (Quince Tart)
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S4: running Android 9 (Pie)
You can now run web and native mobile app tests on these Android Emulators, which are configured to run with Appium's latest version v1.22.3
iOS 15.4 simulators are now available for automated, manual and visual testing.
This iOS 15.4 SDK introduced a number of SDK changes, so make sure to test your mobile apps with the most recent iOS SDK version.
We have added Mozilla Firefox's 100 version to the TestingBot grid, along with Microsoft Edge 101.
See our list of supported browsers to learn more.
We have added the possibility to run Cypress Automated tests on TestingBot's Windows 11 (WIN11) desktop machines.
You can now run Cypress tests on Windows 11 with the TestingBot Cypress CLI.
Currently supported operating systems for running online Cypress tests are:
- Windows 11
- Windows 10
- macOS Monterey
- macOS Big Sur
- macOS Catalina
- macOS Mojave
Today we've added a custom command which you can execute during your Selenium WebDriver tests to automate with Applescript.
This new functionality enables you to automate parts of the macOS UI, including native controls and components such as file upload windows.
Simply send osascript syntax along with your WebDriver test and TestingBot will execute (and wait) the script during your automated test.
For more information, please see the AppleScript and WebDriver documentation.
We have added a new feature which allows you to test if a file was downloaded during your automated Selenium WebDriver tests.
This feature allows you to check if a specific file was downloaded, if its (MD5) hash is consistent and even retrieve its content.
More information available in our documentation page