Remain Software released today TD/OMS V12 Milestone 1 and Gravity V5 Milestone 1, in line with the company’s longstanding commitment to ongoing support for its signature application-lifecycle management, workflow and DevOps solutions. These Milestones deliver the first of three scheduled enhancements each to TD/OMS version 12 and Gravity version 5. Annual full-version releases transpire each summer.
Both Milestones prove to further productivity and boost efficiency for software professionals through their development, testing, integration and delivery cycles.
Among more than 40 enhancements to TD/OMS V12, notable new features and capabilities include:
- Extended GitLab support.
- Unit test integration.
- Connect to a task from Xref search results.
- Components filter enhancement.
- Ability to access Xref from within the RDi LPEX editor.
- Enhancements to the API for the Fix Report.
- Added flexibility to defining details for Action Groups.
Gravity V5 Milestone 1 focuses largely on giving customers more control over user-interface configuration. Among more than 30 updates/enhancements, users will find:
- The number of links associated with the item is now visible.
- Browser link menu availability.
- Added user configuration: main menu, login form and footer options.
- LDAP group assign functionality.
- Xref enhancements for grouping and exact-match search.
The primary purpose for Remain’s annual version releases and quarterly Milestones is to help customers advance their development potential and compound the return on their investments of time, attention and commitment to their work, Wim Jongman, CTO and co-managing partner, said.
“Customers have come to rely on this attentiveness,” he noted, “and timeliness, relevance and consistency are key to our development, delivery and support of the solutions that meet their current and emerging development-delivery lifecycle needs.”
Consistently the emphasis lies within support for user-ease and intuitiveness; process refinement for accuracy, efficiency and reliability; and enabling developers and IT teams to remain focused on the progression and success of their work.
“Our ultimate goal,” Jongman concluded, “is to help them produce better code with greater speed and ease.” To ensure that new releases meet those objectives, Remain bases development of the enhancements on customer/user feedback and wish lists, as well as on continuous analysis of market trends and needs.
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