Mabl now supports targeting a specific element using CSS or XPath and storing a property of the target element in a variable! For example, you can target an element using CSS or XPath and store its innerText in a variable.
Mabl now supports recording and replaying right click interactions! This capability allows for testing customer journeys that are accessible only by interacting with a custom context menu.
As of February 1, 2023, the Legacy Runner for Chrome has been formally retired. All test executions for Chrome will occur on the Unified Runner. Any existing plans that use Chrome Legacy have been automatically migrated to Chrome Unified.
You can now make changes to data-driven variables from the Variables modal in the mabl Trainer, providing a fast and efficient way to edit variables.
You can now update the browser test's configuration in the mabl Trainer in the Session Configuration modal. The Session Configuration modal makes it easier to validate and troubleshoot values from DataTable scenarios, application, environment, and credentials while training a browser test!
Here's what's new in the mabl Desktop App...
The Unified Runner now supports browser tests run on Firefox! In addition to test performance improvements, opting into the Unified Runner for Firefox early access program offers the following benefits:
After extensive validation testing, Microsoft Edge version
109 is now available as the default version of Edge used by mabl's cloud test runs.
After extensive validation testing, Google Chrome version
109 is now available as the default version of Chrome used by mabl's cloud test runs.
Here's what's new the mabl Desktop App...