Jenkins Pipeline Step & Environment Variables

Posted by Mike DeCosta about a year ago

Jenkins is now available to be used as a pipeline step. The pipeline syntax snippet generator can help get you started. Just select 'mabl - run mabl journeys' from the drop-down and fill out the form ...

Modify a test's description

Posted by Samuel Moore about a year ago

Test descriptions can now be edited through the test details page.

Configurable Slack Integration

Posted by Geoff Cooney about a year ago

We're excited to announcement a couple of significant enhancements to mabl's slack integration! After adding a slack integration and choosing your channel, you will be redirected back to mabl to sele...

Rebaseline all images associated with a deployment

Posted by Geoff Cooney about a year ago

When you send a deployment event to the mabl API, you can now include a directive that tells mabl to rebaseline all of our visual change models associated with the deployed application and environment...

Enable Workspace-Wide Email Reports

Posted by Shannon Lu about a year ago

You can now receive scheduled email reports with a summary of the current statuses of all your plans within a workspace.

Enable Email Notifications When Plans Change State Between Broken and Fixed

Posted by Shannon Lu about a year ago

Under plan notifications, users can now update their preferences to only receive email reports when a plan changes state from working to broken and broken to working.

Bamboo Plugin Released

Posted by Mike DeCosta about a year ago

We're excited to announce the release of the mabl Bamboo Integration Plugin.

East Asian Language Support

Posted by Joseph Lust about a year ago

mabl will soon fully support multiple East Asian character sets for journey execution. Supported languages include: Chinese (traditional and simplified) Korean Japanese Hindi Vietnamese ...

Showing context for filtered output logs

Posted by Samuel Moore about a year ago

Output log lines that have been filtered, but are immediately preceded or followed by a displayed log line, will be displayed in a faded manner. This provides context for better understanding of the l...

Collapsible Side Navigation

Posted by Dani Dewitt about a year ago

The left side navigation is collapsible.