Cloud computing has come forward leaps and bounds over the past few years. So much so that major companies are now starting to avoid investing in PC’s altogether and going for cloud based solutions instead.
For those of you who aren’t so tech savvy, here’s a definition of cloud computing from Wikipedia.com “Cloud computing is shared pools of configurable computer system resources and higher-level services that can be rapidly provisioned with minimal management effort, often over the Internet. Cloud computing relies on sharing of resources to achieve coherence and economies of scale, similar to a public utility.”
Now what does that gibberish translate to? Well it essentially means that somewhere in the world is located a room full of computers with maximised computational power. The user (you) simply has to pay per an hourly basis for using those computers, you can do whatever the hell you want on them. But you only have remote access to them
There are many big companies with Cloud Computing Services. Amazon’s AWS being one of the more popular ones.
The service we’re reviewing today is another great cloud computing service that goes by the name of LambdaTest, which is an online Cross Browser Compatibility testing service.
Giving you complete control over the combination of OS and browser for you to test your Web Application on.
Let’s delve further into this services and take a look at its features.
LambdaTest comes in really handy when Web Developers have to test out and make sure that their web apps function similarly across various browsers installed on different machines. And to do this testing, one would usually require a hell of a lot of time.
But with the sheer computational power LambdaTest gives to its users, a task which may take days ends up taking only a couple of hours.
Additionally with every remote machine you hire out, you also get a full loaded IDE which comes preloaded on the computers so that you can edit your code on the fly.
So we all know how there are different versions to each browser. A new update keeps releasing every other day. And with this it becomes important for us to make sure our Web App is working in top condition.
Now that we know about browser versions can you try and imagine the possibilities you can make by mixing the OS, the browser and the browser version? Exactly. But what if we told you that LambdaTest can cover all those possibilities. And maybe even more. And this is just PC’s.
LambdaTest also has a separate unit for for testing out various mobile browsers. You can select from a wide range of Android and iOS devices, and screen sizes, to make sure your app works perfectly even when it comes to a smaller screen and resolution.
While using LambdaTest you get real time results for every single configuration you run. Not only that, you also get a visual representation of every single test result in the form of screenshots and screen recording which are automatically recorded by the service at the time of deployment.
A service way above its competition LambdaTest works simply and efficiently making the best use of your time.
And with plans starting at just $15, there no reason why you would refuse to try out this service.
Oh and did we mention that they have a free trial up on their website. Make sure to check it out @www.lambdatest.com
Sign Up - http://www.lambdatest.com?fp_ref=inder82
Published by Inder Chauhan