TeamCity 8.1 adds simplified setup, VS 2013 support, improved REST API, and more
Whether you’ve crossed to the light side of continuous integration with TeamCity 8 or not, we already have a fresh update for you to make your work even easier. TeamCity 8.1 is available for download, introducing the following major changes:
- Simplified and sometimes ‘automagic’ server and project configuration.
- Support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2013, Subversion 1.8, and Maven 3.1.
- Feature branches auto-merge for Git and Mercurial.
- Many additions to the REST API.
Note that since v8.0, each additional Build Agent License added to TeamCity Professional Server gives you 10 more build configurations. See TeamCity pricing for more details.
The JetBrains Team
YouTrack 5.1 introduces help desk support, @mentions, issue digest and more!
We are glad to announce the release of YouTrack 5.1 — a fresh winter update for our agile issue tracking & project management tool.
YouTrack 5.1 brings a number of great goodies, including:
- Help desk support: send notifications to unregistered users
- Archive projects
- Burndown chart now includes weekends and actual spent time
- Mention a user by @username
- Reply to a comment
- Right-to-left (RTL) support
- Custom notification templates per project
- Issue digest and duplicate cluster digest notification templates
You will also enjoy a set of enhancements, such as:
- Workflow code in-place preview
- Flexible auto-watch (star) configuration
- Drag attachments anywhere
- Sped-up issue history
Keep tracking with pleasure, JetBrains YouTrack team
PyCharm 3.1 is out, totally refined, optimized and supporting Python 3.4 and Django 1.6
We're happy to announce the immediate availability of PyCharm 3.1, a minor update for our intelligent Python IDE that's still full of new features. PyCharm 3.1 is available as a Professional Edition or the free and open-source Community Edition.
Download PyCharm 3.1 for your platform now!
We are sure you'll enjoy many improvements. We've done our best to bring the latest updates and improvements from the Python world and Web technologies to PyCharm while still maintaining the stability and robustness that you have come to expect.
For this new PyCharm 3.1 release we have improved and optimized different parts of PyCharm, including new features from the underlying IntelliJ Platform, which is constantly being enhanced. PyCharm now supports the latest Python 3.4 and Django 1.6, and offers refined Google App Engine support.
Other important changes and new features in this update include:
- Enhanced Vagrant support backed up with provider management and plugin management.
- Local terminal with lots of handy improvements.
- Performance improvements in different subsystems.
- New optimized language injections for formatted and concatenated SQL strings.
- General workflow optimizations, like binary modules skeletons generation moved to background, python interpreter autodetection and no code errors highlighting on interpreter absence. All this allows you to start coding with minimum delay.