Annotate failed tests

Posted by Libo Zeng 3 months ago

Ever wanted to mark why a test failed within mabl? See why your tests are failing across an environment? Or easily see if a coworker has already debugged an issue? mabl now supports failure annotation...


Filters on results screens

Posted by Eugene Krylov 3 months ago

Find the test run, plan run, or deployment you're looking for even faster with our newly upgraded filters on the Results page. Export your filtered results to a CSV with the click of a button as well.


Assert against count of all found elements

Posted by Juliette MacPhail 3 months ago

mabl now supports finding all elements that match a CSS selector or XPath. From here, you can assert the number of elements that match this query. In the future, we hope to expand this feature to supp...


Export mabl tests to Selenium IDE and more

Posted by Michael Bartucca 3 months ago

You can now export mabl tests into various formats with the mabl CLI (version 0.1.10-beta). Supported export formats are: ## Selenium IDE The mabl ...


Run in Cloud from the mabl Trainer

Posted by Andrew Mendelsohn 3 months ago

Now you can launch full test runs in the mabl cloud directly from the mabl trainer. Use this feature to easily verify your test as you train and edit them with new steps. Your training session will re...


Run mabl tests from the CLI

Posted by Andrew Mendelsohn 4 months ago

Now you can run mabl tests directly from the CLI. This makes it easier to integrate mabl tests with your CI and developer workflows. You can also start testing changes or debugging specific failures d...


Branching support

Posted by Geoff Cooney 4 months ago

With the latest release, mabl now supports branching tests and reusable flows. You can create branches, save tests to them, run the branched tests, and add them to plans. All without impacting your ...


Visual Smoke Tests

Posted by Joseph Lust 4 months ago

Have you ever wanted to monitor your top web properties for visual regressions? This is process is now trivial with Visual Smoke Tests. Simply supply a ...


Drag and drop steps

Posted by Don McNamara 4 months ago

You can now test drag and drop functionality in your web applications using mabl.


Custom HTTP headers logging

Posted by Eugene Krylov 4 months ago

Test execution logs now include custom HTTP header names to enable troubleshooting and debugging of the test plans that require a custom header. For a plan configured to send a custom header, logs wil...