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January 2023 Release Notes
By GITENTIAL TEAM
Happy New Year and welcome back to Gitential release notes!
Here’s what we squeeze into our latest version when changing calendars on our walls in the background.
Tables Columns Sorting Improved
Previously the KPI’s on the Developer’s table were not sorting as expected. This has been corrected in this latest version.
Loading of the commits data revealed an anomaly with a few isolated data points. The load process was corrected and included in this version. Front end changes were also made to present the data according to the load changes made.
Reconcile Commits Count Between KPI Card and the Table
Users had reported instances where the KPI commits card did not reconcile with the commits table. This correction has been included in this release.
Sorting of the Pull Requests Table
In a previous release, the Pull Request table could not be sorted. The root cause has been identified and the sorting functionality has been re-enabled for this table.
Efficiency Tab Improvements and Efficiency KPI Cards Align
We’ve made the values a bit more detailed and aligned in format and value between different views.
Additional information has been added for quick reference. We have also worked with our designer and made the look and feel easier to find the information that matters most.
Date Range Limit Added or a Repository Analysis
For our on-prem customer we’ve developed a functionality that allows to set up specific time limit for historical data analysis of their repositories collection. It means that in the future, our users will be able to set up a date range for the whole data extraction and analysis process, which will allow to speed it up and present only relevant data to the users.
Migrating the User Interface to React Application
Gitential is updating our front-end to leverage React.
While providing many development benefits and performance improvements to the front-end, users will see more interactive chart features.
Additional will include:
- Zoom / drill into the data directly into the chart;
- Highlight data points to focus on and drill into.
Stay tuned for new feature videos and highlights.
The first release of the new React front-end is expected for early Q2‘23.
Our roadmap for 2023 is both exciting and challenging, but we’ll do all in our power to bring you more useful and interesting features within the Gitential solution. As always, your comments and ideas are always welcome, so don’t hesitate to get in touch
This month we continue our journey to improving our analytics, performance, as well as UX/UI side of the app.
If you have any improvement idea, feel free to share it with us.
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