Mabl is a test automation solution that helps teams achieve high test automation coverage across their applications to keep up with the pace of development, increase coverage, and resolve issues more quickly.
Use mabl to create and maintain automated functional tests for browser, API, and mobile web, and reuse those tests for non-functional testing such as accessibility and performance monitoring - all within one unified platform.
The homepage of the mabl app features a dashboard where you can get a high-level understanding of the current state of quality of your applications and environments. The mabl app also includes additional dashboards focused on specific aspects of quality:
- Release coverage identifies overall quality and performance metrics.
- Page coverage helps identify gaps in your testing.
- Accessibility reporting monitors accessibility trends across tests.
- Performance monitoring gives insight into your app's baseline performance and helps you monitor for regressions in your app.
Each test is a set of steps that validates a specific functionality in your application or API. Once a test is saved, you can run the test locally or in the cloud.
Plans collect together one or more tests and define when and where mabl will run the tests. For example, you could create a plan that contains tests covering all regression tests, schedule them to run weekly, and run against your staging environment.
If you haven't created a mabl account, this guide explains how to get started in mabl, from setting up your account to creating and running your first test.
If you're new to mabl, or you want to hone your existing skills, check out our self-guided lessons at mabl University! The Getting Started with mabl: Foundations series is a great resource for new mabl users!
Updated about 2 months ago