You can manage test data and parametrize your GUI Functional Scriptless test with synthetic data, which is randomly generated each time you execute a test.
We’ve added the ability to rerun a GUI Functional test with the same data that was generated for an exact test execution.
For example, if you have a GUI Functional test that failed on a specific set of data, now you can rerun the same test with the same data set, in order to make sure your application is failing with specific data.
We’ve added new browser versions including Chrome version 89, and Firefox version 86 - these versions are set as default.
We have made it easier to take a closer look at the logs, especially when it comes to tests with multiple engines! The new Logs tab in the report now allows you to focus on a certain group of engines and download all their logs at once:
On download request, a zipped file will be generated, containing all the selected logs. Once the file is ready to download, you will also get a link to the file - which you can share with others or download directly.
We’ve added a new Test Data view for UI Functional Scriptless testing. Get a better overview about data from attached CSV files and define data parameters to be synthetically generated in place to support specific test scenario needs. There are 50+ functions available to get real looking, random, or dynamic data for your test, which you can perform calculations and conditional logic on top of this data. For more information, see our documentation.
Better visualize how every iteration will combine data from various CSV files or synthetically generated data according to different iteration options. Now you can get a built-in data preview with the New Test Iterations settings dialog available in UI Functional Scriptless testing.
We’ve added new browser versions including Chrome version 88, and Firefox version 85 - these versions are set as default.
The report shows the number of test sessions grouped by browser/version for a selected period.
Managing Mock Services is even easier with the ability to bulk start, stop and delete functionality. For more information, see our documentation.
From the Asset Catalog, you can view what Mock Services are running on a BlazeVSE and deploy new ones. For more information, see our documentation.
You are now able to specify a VSE as performance mode, and track metrics such as the total concurrent performance VSEs and the total functional transactions metrics. Additionally, we have added the ability to review reports and inspect MAR Mock Services deployed to a BlazeMeter VSE. For more information, see our documentation.
Our enhanced welcome wizard makes it even easier for all new users to get started running their first tests. Anyone who is invited to an account, or signs up for the first time, will receive the following welcome screen to run a demo test.
We’ve also added direct access to BlazeMeter University via the homepage and booting screens, so you can easily continue your BlazeMeter learning with these free courses.
We’ve added a new browser version - Firefox 84.
Choose only the useful columns you want to see for your tests in a project. We've also added the last 10 test run results and columns configurator to the project page. The new “Last Results” column allows you to see a bigger picture for your project and quickly navigate to a test run.
Browser sessions dropdown in a GUI test report used to have a limitation of max 100 sessions. Now, you’ll be able to see all the sessions of your tests with high concurrency.
You can now search all items beyond those currently available on screen when you search at “Show all reports” and “Show all tests” tabs.
Starting with Taurus-cloud version 1.20.121, there is an automatic page load waiter executed after each Taurus action. This was added to make Selenium tests execution more reliable with less false negative results. As well as to align with Chrome Extension debugger behavior.
We’ve added new browser versions including Chrome version 87, and Firefox version 83 - these versions are set as default.
Now the account logo will be shown as a default in the thumbnail of the Executive Summary reports. To upload a logo, go to settings, click on the account name and add the logo URL:
To keep with our strong password policies, all new users will be required to choose a password with at least 1 special character.
We’ve added a new option to the Network Emulation configuration in a test, allowing you to limit the bandwidth per engine.
Due to browser image improvements introduced in previous releases, we lowered the suggested CPU and RAM requirements by halfs to 1 CPU and 1024 RAM instead of 2 and 2048.