2015 first monthly version is here. We’ve prepared yet another better-test-management feature, for an improved control on the execution order of tests. This is the Test Dependency. You can now connect between tests, making one available for execution only when the its pair-test carries a Passed status. We’ve made sure the way to create the dependency is as always with features in Testuff – fast and easy.
As promised we are days away from releasing the second phase of our web version. This phase includes the Tests screen, with all of what it enables you to do. Together with what’s already in this web-version, you can certainly work with it. We’ll be moving forward fast to complete the implementation of all other screens and will announce the release of a full working web version, to alongside with the desktop client, allowing you to choose the best way for you to work at any given time.
Here’s the full list of new stuff on this month’s version:
- Tests dependencies: Mark a test as a dependent test, to make sure it is available for execution, only when the other test has a Passed status on it.
Go to the Test Editor and enter the ID of the test you want the current test to be dependent on. That’s it. It’s ready.
- New Filter option on the labels: No label value (new option on the labels list).
- Jira: Improved requirements synchronization with Jira. Add a link in Jira to Testuff requirement report.
- Work faster and easier: new Ctrl+n / Ctrl+p keys for quick use of the Next/Previous buttons in the Test Editor.
Visit our Website for a full list of all new features in all versions since 2007.
Testuff. There’s always something to wait for.
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