You can now use test labels to launch multiple test runs locally in headless mode from the mabl CLI. The
--labels flag can be used with the
mabl tests run-alpha command to select a set of tests and run them sequentially. You may also use
--branch-changes-only similar to label options found on the run-cloud command.
Have you created a flow but wanted to use different values in the flow depending on the test that uses the flow? We have now introduced flow parameters! Flow parameters are variables that are scoped to the flow and they can be overridden for each instance of the flow as desired. To create flow parameters for a new flow, after filling out the flow name, you can click on the
Parameters tab or the row indicating how many parameters are defined in the flow.
After internal testing and vetting, mabl has made Google Chrome 81 generally availability today for all test executions. You Chrome runs will automatically use the new browser.
You can now provide custom headers with the mabl CLI. All tests started by the deployment will have these headers added to their browser requests. Simply add the
--http-headers flag followed by the desired headers to your deployment CLI command.
We've improved the usability of the Applications List page, which can be found under Configuration > Applications.
We're continuing to release a series of improvements to the test output page.
You asked, we listened! mabl now provides multiple API key types and advanced API key options so that you can tailor keys to your specific needs while adhering to security best practices.