Pulse Continuous Integration Server 2.2 Beta!
Great news: today the latest incarnation of Pulse, version 2.2, went beta! In this release we’ve focused primarily on usability, largely in the build reporting UI. A new build navigation widget allows you to easily step forwards and backwards in your build history – while sticking to the same build tab. All of the build tabs themselves have been overhauled with new styling and layout. Here’s a sneak peak at the artifacts tab, for example:
It not only shows additional information, with greater clarity, but also allows you to sort and filter artifacts so you can find the file you are after. Other UI changes go beyond style too – for example the new build summary tab shows related links and featured artifacts for the build. More information, and screenshots, are available on the new in 2.2 page.
We’ve also squeezed in some less obvious updates, such as:
- The much-requested ability to move projects and agents in the template hierarchy.
- Convenient navigation up and down the template hierarchy.
- The ability to subscribe to projects by label.
- An option to use subversion exports for smaller and faster builds.
- Improved cleanup of persistent working directories (when requesting a clean build).
- Performance improvements for large configuration sets.
The first beta build, Pulse 2.2.0, is available for download now. We’d love you to give it a spin and let us know what you think!
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