CollabNet’s treat to you – CloudForge Publisher!

We are happy to launch a newly designed CloudForge Publisher. A lot of our customers use CloudForge as a single point publishing mechanism for various cloud storage service providers. And we have had a several requests from many of our customers to improvise the user experience and workflows of deploying their code to their favorite destination. Well, we did exactly that!

Now all CloudForge customers who add Publisher to their projects will see the following intuitive set of buttons highlighting the providers CloudForge supports. Selecting a particular provider will open a series of questions specific to that provider and allow users to setup target and recipe.

Publisher 1 CollabNets treat to you   CloudForge Publisher!

Note that, as highlighted in the screenshot below, the Control Panel on the dashboard allows a quick publish to any of the last 5 recipes created by the user.

Publisher 2 1024x363 CollabNets treat to you   CloudForge Publisher!


The following exemplifies a few additional ways for users to be able to publish their code:

Publisher 3 1024x505 CollabNets treat to you   CloudForge Publisher!

Publisher 4 1024x493 CollabNets treat to you   CloudForge Publisher!


Tell us what you think! We’d love to hear your feedback.

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