PDF Testing

Posted by Stephen Vance about a year ago

mabl now offers the ability to test against the contents of PDF files for Enterprise customers!


API Steps

Posted by James Baldassari about a year ago

It is now easy to integrate API testing into your existing journeys with the new API Steps feature. Using API Steps you can send arbitrary API requests, assert on attributes of the response, and extract values from the response into variables that can be used later in your test. For more information about API Steps please see the documentation here: API requests and response validation


📬 Email testing with mabl Mailbox

Posted by Joseph Lust about a year ago

We're excited to announce email testing with mabl Mailbox!

Test history tab

Posted by Don McNamara about a year ago

We listened to your feedback about our version dropdown and came up with something different. We moved the version dropdown to a new history tab on the test details page.

Automatically retry failed plan runs

Posted by James Baldassari about a year ago

There is a new setting available under the Advanced section of the Plan configuration:

More Dashboard Metrics

Posted by Ryan Jones about a year ago

We've added more metrics to your dashboard! Numbers of passing/failing journeys, recent checked/broken links, recent javascript errors, deployments, recent visual changes and created journeys are now all available at a glance at the top of your dashboard, as well as linking to more detailed views of each.

Microsoft Azure DevOps Pipeline Integration

Posted by Michael Bartucca about a year ago

mabl has a new integration available for Microsoft Azure DevOps allowing you to integrate your mabl tests directly into your build and release pipelines. The integration is available from the Azure Marketplace.

Test and flow version selectors

Posted by Stephen Vance about a year ago

mabl has versioned your tests and flows for quite some time. Now we're exposing this version history for your pleasure and enjoyment, or at least for your historical perusal.

Track New Windows in the Trainer

Posted by Mike DeCosta about a year ago

Up until now, links and javascript functions that launched pages in a new window rather than a new tab wouldn't be tracked and followed by the trainer. Not anymore, just open the More actions menu, and check the Track new windows check box. This will cause all new windows created to spawn a trainer window to interact with the page (provided that active recording is turned on)

Faster App Update on Trainer Save

Posted by Michael Bartucca about a year ago

With the latest version of the mabl Trainer (2.8.25) you will no longer have to wait for the full web app to refresh on each save. The mabl web app should update instantly without the loading bar. We hope this makes training and editing journeys much more enjoyable.