The test output page received some improvements - now you can filter as normal on Error, Warnings, etc:
mabl now supports finding any element matching a css or xpath query. This is useful for use cases where you don't know exactly what the elements you want to interact with look like, such as in an activity feed or a dynamic sales catalog. To apply an advanced find, just click the find button in the trainer as below:
You can now add a wait step in the mabl Trainer. With the new wait step you can now direct mabl to wait a specific amount of time between steps.
New assertion types have been added to the mabl trainer. The following assertion types are now available:
mabl now supports created trained journeys that start with an auto-login flow. When creating a new journey, make sure the 'add login flow' button is on. This will automatically add a login flow to the beginning of the journey you are training.
When the screenshot of a step in a test changes from earlier screenshots of the same step, mabl will highlight this in the execution output and provide a toggle to switch between viewing the current screenshot and the baseline screenshot from earlier runs.
If your configured application URL is https://app.example.com, and some page there links to https://docs.example.com, the link crawler will also crawl docs.example.com (as long as it's in the example.com domain). It is now possible to restrict the Link Crawler such that it will only crawl URLs that begin with the configured application URL, https://app.example.com in this example.
With the release of version 0.1.0.42, the mabl trainer extension supports training mabl to use dropdowns (see image).
We have now added five new assertion types in version 0.1.0.40 of the mabl trainer: does not equal, contains, does not contain, starts with, and does not start with.