The mabl trainer now supports nested iframes. With version 2.2.8 of the mabl trainer you can finally train against applications that utilize iframes nested inside other iframes. We've also improved the iframe tracking to be more accurate during training sessions.
mabl now supports downloading HTTP Archive (HAR) files for any given step in the journey. These files provide all the network requests made by the application under test during the current step and can be useful when trying to debug network errors that occur during test runs.
Switch to a dark mabl theme that can ease eye strain and help you stay focused when working in a dark place or late at night.
We've released a number of enhancements to mabl's logging of journey results. The primary goal is to improve customer's ability to debug and understand what happened when things go wrong (or if you just want to double check our work). To that extent we are peeling back the curtain a little bit and giving some more detail around what mabl is doing behind the scenes. Some examples of the improvements:
As of trainer 2.1.4, we have significantly improved your ability to manage your custom finds, the finds where you have specified a CSS or XPath query for elements.
DOM snapshots can now be viewed and downloaded from a journey's execution output.
The Settings page for API deployment events has been updated to support the addition of labels to the Curl command builder:
Flows with labels options:
In addition to setting and removing individual cookies during a test, you can now clear all cookies on the current page. Simply click the "Clear all page cookies" option in the Cookies trainer menu.