In this article, I would like to share some highlights from the User Interface track of the
Jenkins UI/UX Hackfest we held on May 25..29.
This blog post has been slightly delayed by the infrastructure issues we had in the project,
but, as for improving the Jenkins UI, it is better late than never.
Key highlights from the event:
We delivered a preview of Jenkins read-only configuration.
During the hackfest...
This event is over, thanks a lot to all contributors!
Please the event page for results.
On behalf of the Jenkins User Experience, Documentation and Advocacy and Outreach special interest groups,
we are happy to announce the online UI/UX hackfest on May 25-29!
Everyone is welcome to participate, regardless of their Jenkins development experience.
The goal is to get together and work on improving Jenkins user experience,
including but not...
This article has been presented in an recorded online session
during the Jenkins 2020 UI/UX Hackfest.
For Jenkins a large number of plugins are available that visualize the results of a wide variety of build steps. There
are plugins available to render the test results, the code coverage, the static analysis and so on. All of these plugins
typically pick up the build results of a given build...
Recently some UI improvements around the Manage Jenkins page have been introduced. The visual changes are very subtle but behind them, there are interesting benefits.
Some of the goals that we have tried to achieve:
Applying a semantic HTML
Removing the <table> tag usage for implementing layouts and content structures. Read this article if you want to know reasons and/or arguments.
Small re-styling focused on spacing, margins, composition,...