Using the new wait-until configuration, you can now tell mabl explicitly if it should auto-heal.
With this release we’ve added support for certain tiers of Enterprise customers to allocate their monthly test runs to various workspaces across their organization, with a dashboard that displays test run usage across those workspaces.
We've improved the test output and ad-hoc run experiences, focusing on performance.
The latest version of the Jenkins integration plugin now supports the mabl branch option. Using this option you can trigger tests in a specific branch. You can also leverage variables in Jenkins to specify a value for this new branch parameter.
mabl now gives you the ability to see how a page performs without the need to create new or specialized tests. We've expanded mabl's Coverage data to include Speed Index, a performance monitoring metric that indicates how users are likely to perceive the load speed of your application. Previously, this data was only available in the "Performance" tab for individual steps of a test run.
We have now added support for the creation of random data in variables. Now you can create variables with random names or addresses (and more!) using the string template. The syntax for this new feature is in the form
v0.6.50-beta is out with a couple enhancements for the headless runner. The mabl-cli now supports executing API steps and mabl mailbox email steps in headless mode. Any tests using these two features can be executed with the
--headless flag when running them via the
mabl tests run-alpha command.
With the mabl-cli
v0.6.52-beta you can now use the
--from-plan-id flag with the
mabl tests run-alpha command as a way of specifying the grouping of tests to run locally. This flag will use the plan info as a grouping of tests to execute sequentially.