Lately I’ve been developing apps with IBM® Bluemix™ DevOps Services and I’ve found it be essential to innovation and a productive developer experience. If you’re unfamiliar with the concept of DevOps, it is the key to get from invention to innovation. Read more
The Git Diff feature is now available on the Git Log page of DevOps Services Git projects. With this feature, you can view the changes between a commit and its parent, so you can easily see what changed in each commit. In addition, each commit now has a permanent link, which you can share with team members or use to refer to a specific change in a work item discussion. Read more
Have you ever gone on a vacation with the grim acceptance that you cannot delegate the creation of the next sprint for your project? Have you ever had new team members blocked because you weren’t available to extend an invitation? Well, you can put those days behind you now! The onus of managing a project can now be shared with your teammates. Multiple admin support is here! Read more
In the DevOps Services web integrated development environment (IDE), you’ll notice significant changes: several new user interfaces (UIs) and more capabilities. We’ve added a GIT UI, Web IDE help system, and a global search UI, and updated third-party libraries and language tooling.