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Introducing a mabl pipe for Atlassian Bitbucket Pipelines that enables users to quickly integrate continuous end-to-end testing within their CI/CD pipeline. This allows you to easily run your smoke, or regression, UI tests with every build and decide whether to pass or fail the build based on the test results.
Have you ever needed to create a parallel set of plans for a new application or environment and had to go through each plan to duplicate them individually? Now you can bulk copy plans from the plan list to get your new plans initialized in a snap. Each selected plan is duplicated the same as if it were duplicated from the plan details page and has the name prefixed with "Copy of" to indicate the original plan it was duplicated from.
The mabl CLI (
v. 0.3.0-beta) now supports creating, editing, and running your mabl tests directly from the command line inside a fresh Chrome window. If you like working with command line tools, mabl CLI gives you everything you need to integrate end-to-end tests earlier in your application development lifecycle, including support for test branching. For getting started with the mabl CLI please see the mabl CLI docs.
We've added support for more ways to deliver PDFs. Prior to this update, PDFs could only be trained when retrieved via HTTP GET or via blob URLs whether embedded or downloaded. We've added support for PDF as the result of a url form encoded POST, extended blob support, and added a mechanism to upload a PDF if mabl couldn't process it.
Want to run a single branched test against a preview environment or any ephemeral URL? Now you can with the new URL override functionality from the "Run Test" button on any test details page. Be sure to select an application and environment, since you'll still need those if you're running mabl Link, for example.
New users invited by their colleagues will see an improved signup form. The new form shows the name of the workspace owner who sent the invitation and only requires new users to fill in their name.
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, a feature that enables you to better understand the quality of your applications. Here are some of the new things you can do:
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.
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 support additional actions in the Trainer.