At Jenkins World on Wednesday 14th of September, the Jenkins project was happy to
introduce the beta release of Blue Ocean. Blue Ocean is the new user experience
for Jenkins, built from the ground up to take advantage of Jenkins Pipeline.
It is an entire rethink of the the way that modern developers will use Jenkins.
Blue Ocean is available today via the Jenkins Update Center for Jenkins...
This is a guest post by Michael Neale, long time open
source developer and contributor to the Blue Ocean
If you are running parts of your pipeline on Linux, possibly the easiest way to
get a clean reusable environment is to use:
Docker Pipeline plugin.
In this short post I wanted to show how you can avoid installing stuff on the agents, and have per project, or even per...
The team have been hard at work moving the needle forward on the Blue
Ocean 1.0 features. Many of the features we have been working on have
come a long way in the past few months but here’s a few highlights:
Goodbye page refreshes, Hello Real Time updates!
Tom's great work on
Server Sent Events (SSE) both
on making the all the screens in Blue Ocean update...
In recent years developers have become rapidly attracted to tools that are not
only functional but are designed to fit into their workflow seamlessly and are
a joy to use. This shift represents a higher standard of design and user
experience that Jenkins needs to rise to meet.
We are excited to share and invite the community to join us on a project we’ve
been thinking about over the...