Our latest feature allows you to define variables for a folder and use them within requests easily🚀.
To add a variable to a folder:
SSL certificate verification can be configured for an environment. Use this feature to enable or disable SSL verification for requests that are executed against a particular environment.
Disable SSL certificate verification for local API endpoints.
We have released the first version of a new feature called Testfully Functions.
Similar to functions in Excel, Testfully functions allow you to compute values dynamically and add them to your requests. The values are computed using a wide range of methods. For example, you could use step() to extract values from one step and add them to others. This page includes all you need to know about functions.
To learn more, head to this link.
Testfully integrates with Microsoft Azure AD for Single Sign On. Learn more
We have released the Testfully Actions feature with one action: Set Environment Variables.
The response widget comes with the endpoint, request, and response schema. This is the first release of our API Docs feature. Learn more
Duplicate a request via the sidebar.
Import a Postman collection into an existing folder of your workspace.
While importing a Postman collection, you can decide if you need a root-level folder for your collection or not.
Testfully’s dark mode is here! You can switch between “System Settings”, “Dark”, or “Light” modes.
To switch between modes, click on the user profile icon on the bottom left of your screen. To get the latest version of Testfully, close and re-open the desktop app; web users, please do a hard refresh of your browser session.
Testfully’s dark mode
Testfully’s light mode
We have fixed a bug that was not letting some of the early users of Testfully access their billing plan page. If you’re among users who have had this issue, please try again and the issue should be resolved now.
Testfully used to show you a
Network Error when your Internet connection is dropped. We found it unnecessary and inconvenient to show a such message, so we went ahead and removed it altogether.
We have fixed a bug that was not letting some of the early users of Testfully log in to their dashboard.
For existing users who have signed up using email and password, you can start using Google and GitHub SSO; as long as your email address remains the same as the one you used for sign up.
Once your organization migrates to Okta for SSO, you no longer can use any other forms of login.
Oktafor Single Sign On.
Network Errorwhen sending requests via our web app.
Test results, including result of the tests you run in browser, are now available to all team members.
Syntax-highlighted JSON request body & response in test result screens allows you to inspect the request body and the response easily.
Add a new workspace You no longer need to create a new account to have a workspace. Instead, head to Settings > Workspace and create a new workspace
Users with access to more than workspace can now set a Default Workspace. Head to Settings > Update Your Profile to set your default workspace
Each workspace can have a Default Environment. Head to Settings > Workspace to set the default environment for your workspace. We have introduced a new run button to run tests against the default environment.
The result of collection execution is available via a modal. You no longer need to go back & forth between collections & collection result screens to work on your tests & run them.
The five most recent runs of a collection are available within the collection screen to help you debug access the most recent executions of your collections faster.
Type @ to start embedding config, templates and random data generators. You no longer need to use the (g:), (t:) and (r:) syntax to embed data to your tests.
We have introduced ESC as the shortcut key to close modals in Testfully. For example, run a test and press ESC to close the test result modal instead of clicking on the little X button.
The result of test execution is available via a modal. You no longer need to go back & forth between tests & test result screens to work on your tests & run them.
The five most recent runs of a test are available within the test screen to help you debug access the most recent executions of your tests faster.
Browser-based validation of nested arrays in JSON responses was giving false negatives. We have now fixed this issue, and you can validate unlimited nested arrays in the browser.
You might have noticed (if you have a long list of configs) that some of the config suggestions in the common response body & response header validations cut off the screen. We have fixed this visual bug and made all of the config values available.
Starting today, you can Sign up or log in using your Google account to access your workspace. If you have already signed up and wish to switch to “Sign in with Google” method for log in, please reach out to us via the “Need help” section in your dashboard and we will port your account to log in via Google.
We have improved our test runner to enable running tests without selecting an environment. When you don’t select an environment to run the tests against it, Testfully simply uses the default value of the used configs in your tests. This new feature is particually useful for teams that have only one environment.
You can continue to select an environment and run the tests against the same environment.
Actions for the first collection were not visible till user hovers over the collection name. We have fixed this issue and the actions for the first collection will be visible as soon as the Collections screen load.
The test result screen had a broken “Past Runs” link when a browser-based result was shown to the user. This is now fixed.
We have released a new interface for management of your collections. The new UI allows you to manage your collections, run them and access past runs all via a simplified interface. Head to the dashboard and click on “Collections” link in navbar to explore the new UI.
You can now subscribe to our paid plans via Settings > Billing > Billing Plan. To upgrade or downgrade your plan, simply head to Billing Plan and pick your plan of choice.
We have introduced a feature that allows you to import your Postman requests, collections and environments to Testfully. Using this feature, you can easily move your requests to Testfully and start running them in browser or via our servers.
Good news for Chrome users. We have released the first version of our Chrome extension. If you’re having a hard time with CORS errors, install this extension and you won’t see those errors again.
Super Fast Test Runs via Testfully Servers. You might have noticed that sometimes Testfully servers run your tests slower than browser. We have tweaked a couple of things to make sure you get the same speed, no matter if you’re running the tests in browser or server.
Auto-focus on form fields. We have enhanced various forms in Testfully to make sure they’re all auto-focused as soon as loaded. This eliminates the need to focus on the first element of forms manually.
Tests can have different validations for different environments. This feature allows you to set different acceptance criteria for different environments without having to duplicate a test. Common validations remain available so you can have a set of shared validations for all of the environments as well. Read more about this feature in this blog post.
You can unset the “Response Code” validation.
First release of 2021 should be a BIG BANG! You can run your test cases in browser!!!
Run tests and test collections in browser instead of Testfully’s server and save on your monthly quota. Also, this allows you to run your test cases against your local API. Read more about this feature here.
We have recorded an in-depth demo of Testfully and made it available, worth watching it here.
Some of you might have noticed that when adding or editing collections, not all of the tests would show up in Tests section. This happens when u had more than 10 tests. We have now fixed this issue and you should be able to see all of your tests in Tests section.
You might have noticed that sometimes the result of running a test case or a collection of tests won’t show up in screen after running the test or collection. This issue is fixed now and the result should show up in a second or two.
There was an issue with deleting existing HTTP headers of steps within the tests. This issue is being fixed now and you should be able to delete any of the existing HTTP request headers from any of the steps within your test.
The Modal for running the first test or collection in a list cuts off the screen, as result you couldn’t see the full modal. We have fixed this issue now.
Clicking on one of the tests in a collection instance page would cause a full page refresh. We have now fixed this problem so there won’t be full page refresh anymore.
You could not duplicate a test at all! It was completely broken! Not anymore :D
Testfully (beta) was made available to a small group of our friends to play with and give us feedback. This release offers the following features: