Mabl now integrates with your GitLab CI/CD Pipelines to easily view mabl test results in Merge Requests and Pipeline job output. Combining mabl with your CI/CD workflows is as simple as including a small YAML snippet in your
By popular demand, we've enabled HTTP Archive (HAR) file capture across the board for all mabl accounts and users regardless of your subscription! 🎉
Mabl now shows additional information for any given element on the page when changing the target element, creating an assertion, or creating a variable based on element attributes. Simply hover over an element to view additional details, such as the class name or tag. Utilize these attributes to quickly locate the correct element without referring to the DOM.
New to mabl is the ability to add one or multiple outside test case IDs, from test case management (TCM) tools such as Zephyr for Jira or TM4J, directly to your mabl tests. Once paired, you can start sending your mabl test results directly to your TCM tool of choice via mabl‘s execution results API and webhooks. This allows you to programmatically retrieve and analyze test results and quickly update relevant test cases in your TCM system. Learn more with our in-depth documentation.
Running the mabl CLI in your CI/CD pipeline just got easier. Skip the NPM and CLI install process using the mabl CLI image on DockerHub. Now you can start tests and view results in a single command! Better still, these tiny containers are much faster than running
npm install and work across operating systems.
Mabl's workspace summary emails now show your allocated monthly runs as a denominator in the Test runs this month section. We've also clarified the metrics we're sending.
A new menu item, "Rollback updated selectors", has been added on the test output page.
Using the new wait-until configuration, you can now tell mabl explicitly if it should auto-heal.