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testRigor vs. Mabl

End-to-end test automation tends to be the most complex part of testing, but it doesn’t have to be. Choosing the right tool to match your objectives is one of the most important aspects of the test automation process. Let’s compare key features to see how testRigor measures up against Mabl for your test automation requirements.

Why testRigor?

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Supported Features
Generative AI-based test creation
You have the ability to generate entire automated tests based on test case titles using testRigor's Generative AI engine.
Ease of use by non-technical people

TestRigor's generative AI allows you to automatically generate your test cases. Furthermore, you can write your test cases in plain English without the need for coding or any automation knowledge. You can call the UI locators in test cases as they appear on screen. This makes the process simpler, eliminating the need for complex and sometimes unstable CSS and XPath locators.

Mabl, on the other hand, uses a 'trainer' to record user actions and creates test steps based on these clicks/actions, resulting in the user having to click numerous times to create a single test. If Mabl fails to recognize the element, then CSS or XPath must be inserted in tests, which can be challenging for non-technical individuals. Mabl test case recording via 'trainer' may result in false negatives during stray key presses and clicks.
Desktop web testing

TestRigor supports desktop web, mobile web, desktop native app, and mobile app testing for Android and iOS, i.e., basically everything. You can use either emulators or physical devices for testing.

In contrast, Mabl supports only web testing on desktop and mobile through emulators.
Mobile web testing
Desktop native application testing
Native and hybrid mobile app testing - Android and iOS
Cross-browser testing

TestRigor allows you to build automated tests 15x faster. TestRigor is a no-code tool, while Mabl is a low-code automation tool, which significantly impacts usability.

You can also execute database queries using TestRigor in test cases. Mabl, however, does not support database testing.
API testing
Continuous testing (CI)
Database testing
Visual testing
Reusable rules/ subroutines
Both TestRigor and Mabl support reusable rules. However, Mabl requires recording the test steps as a reusable flow and then importing them into the test case for use, which could be more convenient. TestRigor, on the other hand, saves the reusable rules separately in plain English. You simply write the name of the rules to use in the test case without any import.
Email and email attachment testing

TestRigor supports sending emails, receiving emails, sending attachments, and validating these scenarios using plain English easily.

Mabl only supports one method, i.e., sending emails from your application to the end users and its validation.
Multi-factor authentication(MFA)
Both testRigor and Mabl support MFA
Captcha resolution
TestRigor can automate image-to-text and Google Re-Captcha easily. Mabl, however, does not support captcha resolution.
Built-in login support
Both tools provide built-in login support.
Phone call & SMS support
TestRigor supports making calls and sending SMS using Twilio. It can validate that a call is ringing, answered, etc. You can validate if the SMS is delivered, sent, or failed and its contents. Mabl, however, does not provide phone or SMS support.
Geolocation testing
testRigor works with geo locations and helps simulate "moving" the device. Mabl does not offer any geolocation support.
File upload
You can use testRigor to upload single or multiple files in the test case. However, Mabl supports uploading only one file at a time.
Audio testing
TestRigor allows you to perform audio testing by recording, comparing, playing, and validating audio files in tests with simple commands such as check that audio is playing.
Downloaded file testing
TestRigor checks file downloads and validates their contents using simple commands. Supported file types are PDFs, CSVs, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and more. Mabl only supports testing PDF files after training the download and other validation steps.
Video testing

Validate that the video is playing by the simple command check that video is playing.

Mabl currently does not support video testing.
Run on physical devices
TestRigor supports emulator-based testing and testing on physical devices (via device providers). Mabl only supports emulator-based testing.
Parallel test runs
Both TestRigor and Mabl support parallel test runs for high-speed execution.
Customized test data

TestRigor generates data based on detected field type (with support for about 50 types), and you can provide your own test data. TestRigor generates random data conforming to a specific format every time the test runs.

Mabl provides support for customized test data, such as emails. However, the support is not as comprehensive.
Automatic video recording of test execution
TestRigor provides recorded video of test execution, while Mabl does not offer such support.
Both testRigor and Mabl provide self-healing capabilities.
Free version of the tool
testRigor offers a free version that anyone can use. In the case of Mabl, there are no free plans, only a free trial period that is limited to business users.
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