- New action: Datadog status check
- New action options: Pass Arguments
- Added logs for microservices
- Fixed an issue when deleting an integrated project was causing a crash if Buddy did not have rights to delete webhooks
ApiKeyfield of the ‘Bugsnag’ action not getting resolved correctly.
As the majority of Buddy clients use an external Git provider, we have decided to give the Code tab an overhaul and gather all repository management options in one place, together with some additional info. This is a part of a wider operation in which we’ve been updating Buddy’s UI to better accommodate new features and changes.
Services in build actions are a very popular feature allowing you to test applications that require, for example, a database or a Selenium driver to run.
Three weeks ago we added custom services that enabled tests of microservice applications—a very similar feature to docker compose. Until now, the communication was limited to one side: you could connect to a database or another service from the container that was triggering the tests, but it was impossible to connect the other way back.
We’re happy to announce that connections now work both ways.
.gitfolder were displayed incorrectly in the changeset which was slowing down the deployment in case of large repositories. Fixed
Raygun is a monitoring software which enables developers to track their deployments and application stability. Raygun integration with Buddy will allow you to monitor, diagnose and quickly debug issues to deliver flawless applications.
Cypress is a fast and easy to use test runner for front-end apps, featuring a number of options that help developers comprehensively test modern websites. The new integration allows you to automatically run tests on every change to code, recurrently on an interval, or on manual pipeline execution.
Two years ago we introduced configuration-by-code to Buddy. The feature allows you to change pipeline configuration simply by updating a YAML file and commmitting it to the repository.
Today, in response to numerous requests from our users, we’re adding the option to define multiple pipelines with one definition.