We’ve been very busy this month, trying to get as many customer-requested improvementes to the version, as possible.
It looks like the hard work paid up.
Most of the new options you’ll find in Testuff 1.30, started as requestes from customers, and we had the privilege to work together with users on some of them, making the design easier for us, and better for you.
We continued to enhance the bug trackers integration, added a new table to the Overview screen, re-designed the Test Runner top menu, added optional data to the automation API and more.
Here’s the full list of changes for Testuff 1.30:
- Template Tags for automatic update of bug tracker custom fields
- New Overview table with a list of tests created and modified in the last month, for better tracking on changes
- Bug Tracker improvements:
- Get Gemini custom fields automatically from the tracker, no more manual setup
- FogBugz – Predefined fields, Milestone and Assigned, added
- Redmine – Status predefined field added
- Test Runner improvements:
- Coffee break option allowing to pause the runner’s timer for accurate time tracking
- Graphical design changes
- Improved lab_priority_times report – the remaining time for each priority added
- Automation API now includes the step #
- Defect details now includes the custom and predefined bug tracker fields
Visit our Website for a full list of all new features in all versions since 2007.
Testuff. There’s always something to wait for.
Tips of the month:
- Twistuff can be great group tool, for messages and mutual follow up. It can be a manager let-me-know system as well.
- Testuff is built to be intuitive for you to use. This means you should try to do all those things you got used to, such as highlight mulitipe items with shift or ctrl, use copy & paste for tests/suites, use the mouse right click to discover the many options on each screen, and on each item