TeamCity 1.0 comes out with innovative features right from the start:
- - Remote run
- - Pre-tested commit
- - On-the-fly build progress reporting
- - Integration with IntelliJ IDEA
code name: Agra
Delayed commit and remote run functionality now works for Eclipse/Subversion and
MS Visual Studio 2005/Team Foundation Server.
Added LDAP authentication scheme.
code name: Benares
TeamCity Professional - the free edition of TeamCity - is introduced.
The key features of this release include:
- - Per-project access rights with project roles
- - Build statistics charts
- - Pre-tested commit from Visual Studio for Subversion
- - .NET Duplicates finder
code name: Calcutta
TeamCity 4.0 brings support for Build Chains and enhanced build dependencies.
Also risk-group tests and tests re-ordering are introduced for the first time, as well as history builds.
code name: Darjeeling
The biggest feature of this release is Build configuration templates.
Cloud integration for Amazon EC2 sees the light for the first time that year too.
Issue tracker integration with JetBrains YouTrack, JIRA and Bugzilla are also introduced.
code name: Eluru
Multiple build steps are introduced for the first time.
TeamCity 6.0 brings full-fledged support for Gradle by means of the dedicated build runner.
New approach to working with your changes via the updated My Changes page.
TeamCity 6.5 reveals the updated UI, as well as some new features:
- - Parametrized VCS roots
- - Tests grouping
- - Muting test failure
Also, this release removes all user and feature limits in the Professional Edition.
code name: Faradi
REST API and full-fledged NuGet support are introduced in this release.
Additionaly, Build Chains view is added in the UI, as well as build failure conditions.
TeamCity 7.1 brings support for feature branches.
code name: Gaya
Build Agent license becomes available for Professional edition users.
Project hierarchy is introduced.
Server health reports are added.
Creating projects from URL is introduced in this minor release.
code name: Hajipur
TeamCity 9.0 brings Versioned Settings, allowing to store your configs in a VCS.
Server clean-up is moved into the background, so that future generations of build engineers will never hear about it again.
Moving projects between servers is also now possible.