You can now see which project team members are online or offline, and you'll have a number of ways to message them. The new options include an integration to Slack.
We’re currently working on exciting upcoming functionality that enhances the ability to build responsive layouts in iRise. In the meantime, if you’d like to start experimenting with that functionality, you can using the new custom CSS feature. To help get you started, we've created a video showing examples in action.
Creating text-centric requirements documents is a time consuming activity, and trying to read and interpret them is cumbersome (and at times impossible) for your stakeholders. In this 1 hour session, you will learn how you can better define requirements, manage scope and collaborate with your stakeholders through the power of prototype-driven requirements that the unique features in iRise allows.
Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve added a few new things. Check these out and let us know what you think: lean requirements management, opacity control, a new slider widget, and placeholder support. Give these new features a try. And stay tuned…there’s more coming soon!
Take a product tour of iRise 11, the only tool that combines fast prototyping with simple, integrated requirements management to ensure you’re managing the right requirements and user stories. And by integrating with all leading ALM tools, including JIRA and Microsoft TFS, your entire development team stays in sync.
iRise now allows you to easily capture, organize, and track your text requirements from ideation through to go-live. It’s flexible enough to store user stories, epics, tasks, acceptance criteria, tasks and even attach entire specification documents, so no matter how your team organizes requirements, iRise can be the system of truth.
The later a defect or change is found, the greater the impact. Agile processes attempt to address this by shortening development cycles and increasing collaboration. DevOps promotes cultural and tool changes to further streamline getting software into production. But speeding up the process and building the wrong thing doesn’t deliver business value and isn’t the answer.