If you have a team of software engineers and want to move them to Mac, you will need to consider a number of things before you do so.
October 2022 Release Notes
By GITENTIAL TEAM
Hello GTL Users,
Last month we focused on different types of improvements, fixing a couple of bugs in our cloud app, and developing custom solutions for our on-prem clients.
Here’s what’s new:
- Set up your SSH connection in 3 easy steps
- Code complexity
- Developers Settings Upgrade
- Advanced filter on Commits
- Coding Velocity improved
- Warnings and data refresh info moved to notifications
Let’s check them out!
Set up your SSH connection in 3 easy steps
We made it extra easy for you to create an SSH connection to connect your repositories and import your data. Get your insights now!
When analyzing your projects you can see how adding more code to your code base effects the code complexity of your software. Low and stable low complexity ratio indicates that your code is following industry standards, it’s easy to read and pick up even after a period of no touch. It also helps to maintain and hand over your project over time as your code base is growing.
Developers Settings Upgrade
Made it easier to add new developers. After cleaning up the email addresses and names of your developers, now you can easily add them from this view to any new team and sort on them based on their name, team, or project involvement.
To make it a smoother experience, we also improved the page’s responsiveness so it can handle thousands of developers easily.
Advanced filter on Commits
We enhanced the filtering options in the commits table, so now you’ll be able to filter it by repositories, developers, and keywords seamlessly.
Coding Velocity improved
Our Coding Velocity calculation got a little boost. Now it shows what your team’s coding effort in an hour is.
Quick reminder: Coding effort is the sum of implemented code lines and 20% of deleted lines – as developers need to work on removing unnecessary code.
Warnings and data refresh info moved to notifications
Instead of having multiple pop-ups when you refresh your projects’ data all the crucial info will be available under ‘Notifications’ in the toolbar. Yes, that’s the little bell in the right upper corner.
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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