The monitor panel is your main dashboard which shows reportd of test execution history, test statuses, and recent insights from your tests.
The test panel shows a list of test execution plans, which define when, and in which environments user journeys are tested.
The train panel shows a list of journeys, which contain steps that describe a user flow in your application.
Run unlimited tests in parallel
Test non-public sites by allowing mabl's static IP addresses or custom host headers.
Test in Chrome & Firefox
(more browsers coming)
mabl's chrome extension runs in your app as you interact with it to record every step of your journey
Include assertions that describe logic that mabl should use to confirm that your application is in a correct state at a specified step in a test runs.
Include a specified amount of time between two steps in a journey
Search for dynamic elements by CSS selectors or XPATH and add an assertion or click
Define and use dynamic variables in your tests
Replay steps in the journey to verify the steps you’ve defined
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Several identifiers for each step of every test are collected so mabl can adapt to changes in your app.
Tests auto heal even after robust UI changes
Machine learning models keep track of screenshots taken at every step of your journey to identify important visual changes in static areas of your app.
Test execution and page load time trends are tracked to differentiate between anomalies and significant slowdowns.
Default smoke tests are created and run out of the box to establish a baseline, and track the overall health of your app or site.