Allure Report Feature Review 12.21
We have been working hard to deliver our open-source users some neat features. UI improvements, new filters for unstable and new tests detection, and a 'flaky' annotation. Each of the features will make automation QA engineers easier!
Allure Report 35+ million reports and 10% monthly growth
In October 2021, I've published the first post with Allure Report usage statistics with ~2.3 million users and ~27 million sessions. Now, it's time to take a look at the new numbers! What results did we get in January 2022? Let's take a look!
Automated requirement coverage calculation and its visualization in Allure Framework
Do you want to know how to turn the requirement coverage metric into an actual linter for your codebase? Read more to find out! This is a case study about an automated pipeline with that metric.
Awesome Allure: help us build a list of everything great in our ecosystem!
We've decided to compile and maintain an official list of awesome Allure Report adaptors for languages, CI/CD tools, and IDEs. Report has always been a community effort, so we welcome your contributions to the list!
Allure Report in March 2023: time, geography and scale
We're back with more stats about Allure Report usage! This time, with tinkered more with data about the geography of usage, and there are some interesting findings there. Also, an old pattern in usage hours has reversed itself, and it probably means automation is winning the day. Read on to find out more!