Schedules of Default Plans now Automatic

Posted by Geoff Cooney 2 years ago

To protect against chances of overcharging for mabl tests, any created default Plans will not be editable. They will run on a pre-defined schedule and continue to be free.

Chrome 66 Generally Available

Posted by Joseph Lust 2 years ago

Google Chrome 66 was released last week. mabl began running Chrome 66 immediately internally, and promoted it generally availability today for all plan executions.

Jenkins Plugin v0.0.6 Released

Posted by Joseph Lust 2 years ago

We added extra form validation help to the mabl Jenkins plugin v0.0.6. The validator catches many common gotchas when filling out the build step and adds a handy "validate" button.

Using an Existing Plan in a Trained Journey

Posted by Dani Dewitt 2 years ago

It is now possible to select an existing plan for trained journeys (in trainer version 0.3.1.41 and newer).

Test descriptions

Posted by Dani Dewitt 2 years ago

It is now possible to add a description to trained tests (in trainer version 0.3.1.41 and newer).

Update Trainer from the new test form

Posted by Dani Dewitt 2 years ago

It is now possible to check for updates and update the trainer version from the new test form.

Dynamic Regions on Output Screenshots

Posted by Dani Dewitt 2 years ago

Dynamic regions are now marked as dynamic in the screenshots on the output page.

Jenkins Plugin Released

Posted by Joseph Lust 2 years ago

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

Use plan credentials as variables

Posted by Tamara Yu 2 years ago

When adding a plan, if you provide a set of credentials, mabl will exercise the auto-login feature; that is, mabl will try to figure out how to log into the app on her own. But if you want to train her instead, the app credentials are now accessible in the trainer as variables, and you can apply them to login fields.

iFrame Support in the mabl Trainer

Posted by Michael Bartucca 2 years ago

The mabl Trainer now supports training in iframes as of version 0.3.1.34. Simply use the trainer as you normally would and you'll see the actions tracked in the steps table as you interact with elements inside any iframe.