Plan Details from Journey Table

Posted by Dani Dewitt about a year ago

Hover over the plan count icon to reveal more details about the plans in a journey in the journey table.

New API endpoint for CI/CD integration

Posted by James Baldassari about a year ago

We recently made a new endpoint available to facilitate mabl integration with CI/CD pipelines. In addition to the existing Deployment Events API, the new Execution Result API will allow you to retrie...

See the unexpected visual changes in your journeys

Posted by John Kinnebrew about a year ago

mabl now highlights only the unexpected visual changes in the output for your journeys. She automatically learns what areas change across test runs and excludes them from visual change detection. For ...

Broken Links List from Test Output

Posted by Dani Dewitt about a year ago

View, sort, filter broken links list for completed tests from the test output page.

Insight Filters on Dashboard

Posted by Dani Dewitt about a year ago

Filter insights by archived/current status, insight type, application, environment, and URL on the dashboard.

Test Status Filters on Dashboard

Posted by Dani Dewitt about a year ago

Filter test results by status, application, environment, and URL on the dashboard.

Slack notification for working/broken plan execution now includes URL

Posted by James Baldassari about a year ago

Previously the Slack notification for working/broken plan executions did not include any context about which plan was fixed/broken:

Create Custom JavaScript Steps in the mabl Trainer

Posted by Michael Bartucca about a year ago

You can now create custom actions and generate variable values using JavaScript in the mabl Trainer. **JavaScript Step Documentation...

Use existing variables to define a new variable

Posted by Tamara Yu about a year ago

You can now compose a new variable using existing variables, in addition to randomly generated alpha-numeric strings. In the example below, we extracted the text of an element and stored it in a varia...

Assert on element properties in the mabl trainer

Posted by Michael Bartucca about a year ago

You can now assert on element properties in the mabl Trainer. When configuring a comparison assertion (equals, contains, greater than, less than, etc.) you will now see a list of available attributes ...