Cloud-based unified software testing platform LambdaTest has unveiled a new version of its Underpass desktop application with a focus on testing for locally hosted websites.
Mayank Bhola, head of product at LambdaTest, said the new user interface (UI) and features were about meeting changing customer demands.
“The updated user interface and new features reflect our commitment to improving user experience,” Bhola said in the announcement.
The Underpass for Windows and Mac redesign introduces a “completely revamped” UI and “a host” of new functionalities, with attention paid to practical design and enhanced functionality, according to the vendor.
Login methods now including email and password, Google, GitHub and single sign-on (SSO), tunnel management, configuration and log sharing for simpler debugging, it said, and users can now run several tunnels concurrently as well.
LambdaTest’s browser and application testing cloud targets users who seek to run manual and automated tests of web and mobile apps on multiple browsers, devices and operating system environments using “just in time” test orchestration.
The vendor offers some 120 integrations for effortless CI/CD pipeline integration as well as enterprise-level compliance with security standards, including SOC 2 Type 2 certification for data security operational effectiveness and full compliance with the general data protection regulation (GDPR), the US health insurance portability and accountability act (HIPAA), and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
The GDPR protects data subjects, defined as an identified or identifiable natural person; the CCPA pertains only to residents of the US State of California, according to cookie software vendor Cookiebot.
It boasts more than 10,000 enterprise customers across some 130 countries.
“HyperExecute helps customers run and orchestrate test grids in the cloud for any framework and programming language at blazing fast speeds to cut down on quality test time, helping developers build software faster,” the vendor said.