froglogic is excited to deliver a maintenance release of the latest addition to its software product quality suite: Squish Test Center 1.0.1. Test Center provides developers and QA engineers a centralized platform for aggregating, monitoring and analyzing automated test results as a software project evolves.
This release offers performance enhancements, convenience features and usability improvements in every aspect of the platform, guided by customer feedback we’ve received since the official product launch. The changelog below lists the improvements:
- Added support for batch renaming to
- Resolved hanging issues with
testcenter --reportgencommand line option of
- Fixed rare bug in which the project dropdown would contain duplicate entries.
- Added dropdown menu highlighting for currently selected items.
- Improved project overview loading performance, when batches are sorted by upload time.
- Improved robustness of HTML report upload.
- Fixed import of HTML reports containing empty feature or scenario names.
- Fixed import of HTML reports containing files attached with
- Added progress indicator to web upload form.
- Added missing mime types to web upload form.
- Added error reporting indicating those cases of partially successful uploads.
- Improved loading times when browsing the test hierarchy in the Explore view.
Skippedtest filter, showing only tests which have been skipped.
- Enhanced Sunburst page overall responsiveness and performance.
- Added support for hiding rendered
README.mdfiles on single report page.
- Improved performance when switching between Timeline and Stats or Graphs pages.
- Enhanced convenience when navigating from History Timeline to Explore view, where the selection of tests, labels and filters are remembered in the Explore view.
- Improved loading times of Verifications page.
- Improved usability when viewing failed verifications, where failed reports are collected under a Fail tab, with the first failed report selected by default.
- Resolved issue where reports would sometimes be marked as failed, without containing any failures.
Test Center was built keeping in mind the diverse needs of the software development teams who would be using the platform. The official launch brought with it external test and requirements management, Continuous Integration and issue tracking tool integrations so that Test Center would fit seamlessly into existing workflows. With our upcoming developments, you can expect to find new integrations with tools for on-premise and cloud-based ALM, Version Control, and more advanced analytics for improved reporting.
Customers and existing evaluators can find the latest Test Center 1.0.1 packages in their download area.