Good news, everyone! Allure TestOps feature review is back! Since the last review, there were five releases with some neat features on board!
In this post, we will take a closer look at the most interesting ones: UI/UX improvements and new out-of-the-box integrations.
Issue-tracking is a vital part of quality management. And we know there are thousands of teams eager to keep the tech stack as centralized and synchronized as possible. I mean, not everyone uses JIRA, right?
This is why we added the support of GitLab issue tracking in 4.6.x version. It allows to create issues at GitLab right from Allure TestOps. So, you don't need to switch tools to let your developers know something went wrong.
Another large chunk of Allure TestOps integrations is a set of CI/CD integrations. Allure TestOps 4.6.x brings one more to the list: AWS CodePipeline. Since CodePipeline is a managed service, it allows running many pipelines in parallel without having to deal with additional infrastructure.
Test case UI/UX updates: less clicks, more productivity!
Going all the way through downloading an attachment, fixing a couple of symbols, and uploading it again may be frustrating, right?
Latest versions of Allure TestOps introduce an improved way to work with markdown attachments directly in the test case tab! Better to see once:
Another UX improvement allows you to use URI-lists as attachments. This might be useful when you need to store a set of clickable links for you colleagues of some specific check. And it will also support the inbound editing feature!
JIRA integration upgrade
Managing defects and issue tracker tickets without proper tooling can be messy. It's not so easy to find all the linked test cases and launches if you're on the path of DevOps: there are always hundreds (or more) of tests and dozens of launches.
This is why we upgraded our JIRA-integration! Now, it provides a view with all the test cases and launches related information right in the JIRA issue tracker UI.
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