Changelog 22.09.16

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.

Pejman Ghorbanzade
Pejman Ghorbanzade
Sep 17, 2022
1 Min

Happy Friday!

We were in Des Moines, IA this week for the second round of in-person Techstars events. Our schedule was packed with meetings but Taylor and I did find a chance to sneak away and go for a long bike ride to celebrate meeting in-person for the first time. Here is the first selfie ever taken of team Touca.

Team Touca having ice cream after a long bike ride

New touca results CLI sub-command

Thanks to open-source contribution from @mmdbalkhi, Touca Python CLI now supports a new results sub-command for listing and managing local binary test results.

You find all the supported options and arguments on the documentation website.

Other fixes and improvements

  • Server: Sort rows of account list in settings page
  • Server: Remove deprecated fields from database
  • Server: Add new API endpoint for processing user feedback
  • Server: Add new API endpoint for processing telemetry reports

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