Gain insight and visibility into product issues using rich application data gathered at every step of a test with mabl. Comprehensive test results give development teams the information they need, from screenshots to DOM snapshots, to collaborate on issue identification and get to the root of the problem - faster.
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Identifying and resolving issues faster leaves your team more time for feature work.
Strengthen collaboration across the team with meaningful data from your test runs.
Improve test reliability with more visibility into exactly what happens when issues arise.
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It’s the only SaaS solution that tightly integrates automated end-to-end testing into the entire development lifecycle.
In this second installment of mabl's Webinar Training Series, we focus on how to optimize your team's approach to reviewing mabl test results and isolating issues for faster turnaround.
Improve communication between developers and testers by using a shared platform for test results. Learn more about mabl's features with our video.
Learn tips and tricks from Lisa Crispin on automated test creation, analyzing test results, and how to investigate failures in this recorded webinar.