Our latest release brings significant improvements in usability and stability. Our team has been working behind the scenes to ensure smooth operations for all our customers.
A significant amount of work is going in to two more features not yet included in this release: Grid View and Pipelines. Grid View expands on data density even further by presenting requirements, verification events, and corresponding upstream and downstream items in a data-dense and configurable grid layout. Pipelines enable teams to upload analysis scripts into Verve and trigger automatic re-calculations of derived requirements based on atomic changes and other actions. If you're interested in a hands-on preview of these features, please send me a note and we'd love to get your feedback.
Thank you again for your ongoing support, and please let me know directly if there's anything we can do to help you in your effort of building great products.
We refreshed our System Editor's UI! Easily traverse your projects, see and modify key pieces of metadata with the newly consolidated "Item Sidecar".
Lock Item now protects key requirements and components from being changed when a team decides they're "done." This has been available via API for some time now, so we are now exposing it for easy toggle and indication for day-to-day customers.
If you haven't seen our Python library in awhile, it's time to check it out again! Notably we've made Verification Statuses much easier to work with. I've put together an example Jupyter notebook detailing how your team can retrieve a source requirement, process its atomics, and change the verification status of a downstream item thus automating a test workflow; please reach out to me directly and I'll send it over.
See below for a detailed list of changes in this release. It's since been rolled out to our existing cloud customers, and has been made available in our delivery repo for our self-hosted customers.
Most of these updates not otherwise detailed in the above discussion were either technical debt resolution or incremental work supporting our v2 frontend.
Bugfixes and Technical Debt