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Unstable Builds and the New Colour Scheme

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This release brings support for "not built" and "unstable" jobs as well as UI improvements for Firefox. There's also a little announcement, so read on! :-)

UI improvements for Firefox:

  • #95 - thanks to @kriserickson's contribution, job titles are vertically centred and progress bars pulsate the same way as they do in Chrome

Support for "not built" and "unstable" jobs and a changed colour scheme:

  • #9, #58 and #88 - after a long discussion and many helpful suggestions from the community, Build Monitor now distinguishes the "not built" and "unstable" statuses from "failing". Here's the new colour scheme:
    build monitor colour scheme
    Claimed builds in both regular and colour-blind friendly mode share the same patterns to make it consistent.
    If you're wondering what "claiming a build" means, check out this answer.

The above sounds like a simple change, right? There was a good reason why Build Monitor didn't distinguish between "unstable" and "failing" jobs initially though. Could your team be suffering from a bad case of rotting builds? Interested in learning more? Check out my recent blog post.

Did you manage to read this far? Brilliant, there's one more thing.

You can now look under the bonnet of how Build Monitor itself is built and delivered:

Looking forward to hearing from you!

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