TeamCity 2.0 Beta Released!
The long-awaited TeamCity 2.0 beta is finally available!
We have prepared a short overview of new TeamCity features concerning both user interface enhancements and server and projects setup possibilities.
We also urge you to have a look at multiple improvements we have made for IntelliJ IDEA plugin, in particular:
- new interface for monitoring the status of your changes integration and the projects status
- quick fixes for remote code analysis results
- remote analysis of the project code duplicates and viewing code duplicates in IntelliJ IDEA
The plugin is available at TeamCity’s My Settings and Tools page, TeamCity Add-ons area.
Get your copy of TeamCity 2.0 beta version at: http://www.jetbrains.com/teamcity/beta.html.
As usual you can have a look at the new features on our demo server, and as usual no installation or configuration is required.
We would really appreciate your comments and opinions which can help us a lot especially before the release.
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