More test edit/retrain controls

Posted by Stephen Vance 3 years ago

You now have controls to edit and retrain your tests in more places, including restoration of the previously announced but later removed test output location.

Static Browser IPs Available

Posted by Joseph Lust 3 years ago

You asked, mabl answered. mabl's browser test traffic now originates from a static set of IP addresses so you can add a firewall rule and expose your non-public testing or production sites to mabl.

Stopping Plan Executions

Posted by Tamara Yu 3 years ago

You can now terminate the latest running plan execution. Just click on the spinning Run button, and mabl will interrupt any journey that is still in progress.

Replay your tests in the trainer

Posted by Stephen Vance 3 years ago

This feature requires mabl Trainer version

You can confirm your current Trainer version by right-clicking on the trainer icon in Chrome and clicking "manage extensions". To trigger a manual update from that screen, enabled "Developer mode" and click "Update extensions now".

mabl dashboard can now be filtered by status

Posted by Geoff Cooney 3 years ago

You can now select a plan execution status to filter cards on the dashboard! This can be useful for filtering down to only the plans that are currently failing, or currently running.

Test and plan output summary page now filterable!

Posted by Geoff Cooney 3 years ago

You can now filter tests and plans on their respective pages. Just click the filter button and start typing in the column you want to filter!

Find now supports find first and find last

Posted by Geoff Cooney 3 years ago

Mabl now supports find last and find first as additional options when using xpath or css selectors to find a matching element. As opposed to find any, which will select any element on the page, find first and find last guarantee mabl will select the first or last element on the page. The selection criteria and actions supported are the same as find any.

Editing saved tests

Posted by Stephen Vance 3 years ago

You trained a test, saved it, and something went wrong. What do you do next?

Support for HTTP basic auth and custom HTTP headers

Posted by James Baldassari 3 years ago

HTTP Basic Auth

Quickly retraining tests

Posted by Stephen Vance 3 years ago

You can now quickly retrain a test. If you look on the Monitor dashboard, you will see a new icon (a pencil with a checkbox) next to the history for trained tests that ran the latest version of the test (yes, we're now versioning tests under the hood).