Gone are the days of forgetting whether you added an auto login flow to a journey or not while training and editing. With version 2.2.65 of the mabl Trainer you can now view, add, and remove the auto login flow while training. Simply insert the "mabl Auto Login Flow" just as you would any other flow and you'll see it as a step in the journey.
Sifting through your rich test run outputs just got a lot easier!
You can now search all your test run outputs in one place with the Visual Explorer.
Datatables are now associated directly with the tests that run with them. In the past, datatables were associated with tests as parameters within a plan. Now this association is directly with the test. By default, a test will run once for each scenario (row) in each datatable with which it's associated. You can still override this behavior using the
Ignore DataTables parameters in a Plan.
The filters for flows, tests, and plans are always displayed now. The filter settings are also saved as part of the URL now, so users can bookmark these pages with the filters applied and load the bookmarked page with the filters reapplied automatically.
Easily detect visual changes without having to wait for mabl to create a visual model of your application. While mabl is training the visual change model, we will show all the visual diffs with respect to the previous run. So if there are any changes between runs, they will be highlighted.
You will not see insights for visual changes while mabl is learning. If you want to generate such insights based on a static baseline, you can use the Deployment Events API (Set as fixed baseline for visual change models)
You can now see the HAR data in JSON format with a journey's output log step details.
After internal testing, we have made improvements to ensure WebGL rendering is supported across the entire mabl browser suite, including:
After internal testing and vetting, mabl has made Mozilla Firefox Extended Support Release (ESR) 60.5.2 generally availability today for all plan executions.
After internal testing and vetting, mabl has made Google Chrome 72 generally availability today for all plan executions.
When you make an assertion on an element, mabl now supports cropping the captured screenshot to the element instead of full screen. This is useful if you just want to make it easier to see which element mabl interacted asserted on in detaill, or if you'd like to do visual comparisons on the asserted element, even if it moves around the screen.