Developer Cloud Service October Release by Greg Stachnick


Oracle Developer Cloud Service 16.4.1 has a fresh new UI and over 30 new features and improvements.

New Navigation List

Developer Cloud Service includes a more convenient vertical navigation list. Some features like the Maven repository browser have been moved to top level of the navigation list. The navigation list is collapsible to save on horizontal space when you are working with a specific feature area. The Home tab which shows the Activity Stream, Repositories, and Users has been renamed to Project.

Merge Request Improvements

Merge Requests can now be linked to Build jobs. Seeing the status of relevant build and test jobs from within the Merge Request gives reviewers additional useful information as they review the code changes and give feedback. This also provides a convenient navigation to the build job history and console output.

Undelete a Project

Deleted projects are now preserved for a limited time and can be restored by the Developer Cloud Service Admin.

Calendars in Agile Boards

Agile boards can now be configured around working days and holidays with the addition of a configurable Calendar. These settings are factored into Sprint Reports and Velocity Chart calculations.

New Slack Webhook

A new webhook for Slack gives more fine grained control over the Activity Stream events that can be published to Slack conversations. Read the complete article here.

WebLogic Partner Community

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