Weekly product updates, summarizing the new features, improvements, and bugfixes
This week, we were in Des Moines, Iowa to attend in-person Techstars events and to do some team bonding. We also shipped a new CLI sub-command to inspect and manage local binary test results.
This week, we shipped a much faster comparison engine, created a unified docker image, and improved our cloud infrastructure for paying customers.
This week, we improved our self-hosting install wizard, polished output of all CLI sub-commands, and rewrote `touca post` and `touca zip` sub-commands to be more developer friendly.
This week, we added support for automatic versioning, shipped a Helm chart and manifest files for Touca, and started deep work on changing Touca server architecture to make progress on the most requested features.
This week, we shipped support for configuring your mail server through the UI, added new content and improvements to our documentation website, and shipped 3 smaller improvements.
This week, we shipped transparent telemetry, improved session management on the Touca server, a better post sub-command in our Python CLI, and 7 more improvements.
A new Python CLI sub-command for using custom commands, support for human-readable data retention duration, better navigation on small screens, and 6 more bugfixes and improvements
We merged the source-code for all our SDKs into the Touca monorepo, added Python CLI support for multiple configuration files, and made 6 more fixes and usability improvements.
We improved our self-hosted offering by adding a post-install configuration wizard, making telemetry opt-in, and changing the default role of team members to admin.
We wrote a script that helps you setup a self-hosted instance using a single command, added a new settings tab to help you review and manage your active user sessions, and significantly improved the infrastructure of our cloud-managed instance.
We added a new tab to report server health metrics, improved Python CLI to support multiple configuration profiles, redesigned our Blog, and started a Discord Community.
We consolidated our open-source repositories, made more of our code open-source, added config command to our Python CLI, and shipped major improvements to our Settings Page.
In the second week of March, we shipped a new Documentation website, simplified workflow to submit results for a new workflow, and eliminated user tracking scripts from our marketing website.
A more powerful Python CLI, A new tab for insights and analytics about Test Cases, Ability to control notifications when subscribing to suites, various enhancements to our Java SDK, and 4 small user-facing improvements.
Dark Mode, ability to generate PDF report for any version, ability to export test results as binary archive, an improved test framework output, and 4 more user-facing improvements.
An all around new server UI, a simplified C++ API for serialization of user-defined types, a built-in CLI for Python SDK, a new SDK versioning strategy, and 8 more user-facing improvements.
An updated user interface, colored metadata tags, a new plugin for the Django test framework, improved email layouts, and 8 more new features and improvements.
A new SDK for Java, an updated documentation website, a utility command line tool, improved parity between SDKs, an update landing page, and 6 more new features and improvements.