Atlassian releases JIRA Studio 2.3 hosted development suite with improved agile planning, wiki and continuous integration
San Francisco, CA
September 27, 2010 – Atlassian, the makers of fast, simple software development and collaboration tools, announce the most recent turmoil JIRA Studio.? JIRA Studio integrates each one of Atlassian’s software development tools into a hassle-free hosted software development suite with applications for any member of they and each and every phase of software development — from initial concept through development, launch and support.
Version 2.3 includes significant improvements to your agile planning, wiki and continuous integration features, plus new authentication methods of users that are fitted with added JIRA Studio for their Google Apps domain.
“Because it’s hosted, JIRA Studio already saves software development teams a great deal of time on setup and administration in their tool infrastructure,” said Mike Cannon-Brookes, co-founder and CEO of Atlassian.? “With this era, we’ve incorporated plenty of amazing features that assist everyone about the team performance faster.”
JIRA Studio have been updated that include the most up-to-date version of GreenHopper, Atlassian’s agile project planning and tracking tool.? Improvements include:
faster, simpler user interfacein-line editing of virtual index cards during planning and status meetingsnew cumulative flow diagrams for tracking in-progress work over time
The wiki continues to be updated with Confluence 3.3, Atlassian’s popular enterprise wiki.? The most significant improvement is faster content editing with automatic finishing of links, images and macros.? Together with (Read more ...)