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    Mabl Introduces Native Desktop Application with API and Mobile Test Automation Capabilities

     

    Mabl, the prominent intelligent test automation firm, proclaimed on 24th February the beta release of their recent native desktop application that authorizes users to handily automate testing for mobile browsers, APIs, and browsers. These enhanced abilities further the company’s goal to deliver the leading SaaS solution that facilitates high-velocity software companies to stimulate innovation while accomplishing extraordinary quality engineering.

    About Mabl

    Mabl is an intelligent test automation company that empowers high-velocity software firms to incorporate automated end-to-end testing into the whole development lifecycle. Mabl users profit from a centralized platform for effortlessly developing, executing, and upholding credible tests that result in quicker delivery of high-quality applications.

    “The new desktop app streamlines my workflow since I don’t have to worry about sessions or cookies impacting my tests,” says Chris Skopec, Software Test Engineer at SmugMug. “Combined with the addition of mobile web and API testing, the streamlined user experience will make it even easier for us to keep quality front and center.”

    The new abilities of the desktop application are as follows:

    • Mobile web testing: This is new to the mabl platform, the desktop app comprises assistance for mobile web testing. Firms can assess responsiveness by developing and executing tests across different browsers and mobile device profiles in a similar unanimous experience.
    • API Testing: Mabl’s end-to-end API testing functionality enhances test coverage by facilitating firms to effortlessly analyze API workflows alongside browser-based workflows in a solitary centralized platform.
    • Desktop app: The desktop application – developed with Electron – gives users a low-code interface to develop, run, maintain, and analyze outcomes of their automated tests. Removing the necessity to bounce between numerous UIs, users can now more efficiently run their local web tests, API, and, browser, in the cloud or locally.

    “With the addition of the desktop app, mabl is the simplest, most capable intelligent test automation solution on the market,” says mabl co-founder Dan Belcher. “Quality professionals now have a seamless, low-code solution for their browser, API and mobile web testing needs, enabling them to automate even more routine tasks and focus their talent on higher-level quality initiatives.”

    As a result of this new desktop application, software teams can now evade testing bottlenecks and curb the power of test automation to attain the full capability of DevOps. Mabl users can automate web application tests quicker than ever, and enhance teamwork among cross-functional teams to not only execute better tests but steer with a culture of quality.

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