It's common in test automation to create an exemplar test that you then parameterize to run across a wide selection of data permutations. This approach is known by many names, including parameterized tests, data-driven tests, or table-driven tests. You can now do this with mabl, making it easier to cover your whole range of app behaviors.
We recently released a new version of the trainer that allows steps to be added or edited regardless of the current trainer mode. Prior to v0.3.4.2, some steps such as assertions and finds could not be captured unless the trainer was in "Live" recording mode. We recommended that users always turn on recording before editing steps. This is no longer necessary.
Filterable deployments history is now available by status in a chart and a table.
It is now possible to specify multiple browsers in a single plan. To do so, edit a plan and add a second browser under the Browsers section:
We've made a number of changes to the dashboard. The environments for the current workspace are shown as cards at the top of the Dashboard.
Clicking the 'Show more runs' button at the bottom of the Plan details page will display older plan runs.
You can now collapse reusable flows in the mabl trainer (v0.3.2.1) by clicking on the caret icon. The left and right arrow keys work, too, when the mouse is inside the trainer and the step cursor is in a flow. You can drag-and-drop a collapsed flow just like a single step.
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 just like you would for a project step.
Test descriptions can now be edited through the test details page.