New Features

We're always pushing new features to our products. We post about them all on our blog so you can find them all in here.

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Side-by‑side Diff Views

Posted in May 2015 on the Codebase blog

Sometimes the traditional diff view can be hard to read, particularly in busy changesets where you have a lot of deletions and additions.

Improvements to Exceptions

Posted in May 2015 on the Codebase blog

You can now mark exceptions that you store in Codebase as Resolved. This allows you to hide exceptions which have been fixed without deleting them from your account.

SSL for Custom Domains

Posted in May 2015 on the Codebase blog

If you've configured a custom domain for your Codebase account, you won't been able to benefit from any SSL on your connections to Codebase. This isn't ideal at all and...

PDF Viewer

Posted in May 2015 on the Codebase blog

For those of you that like to store PDFs in your repositories, you can now view your documents in the repository browser - just like you would with the rest...

Introducing Deploy v2

Posted in April 2015 on the DeployHQ blog

After 6 months work, we're really pleased to announce the launch of Deploy v2. This new version includes a completely re-written UI which has been optimized to make things as...

FTPS Support

Posted in April 2015 on the DeployHQ blog

Good news if you need to use FTP to upload your files to your server, but you'd like a little extra security. Today we're introducing support with for FTPS (SSL/TLS).

Improved Exceptions

Posted in April 2015 on the Codebase blog

We've given the exception reporting in Codebase a bit of a revamp in the last few days. Up until now, each individual exception has been displayed on the exceptions page...

Bring your own certificates

Posted in April 2015 on the Viaduct blog

As part of our continued efforts to ensure everyone can host their sites in the most secure way possible, today we're excited to launch our new bring your own certificate...

Personal access tokens

Posted in April 2015 on the Viaduct blog

The Viaduct API allows you to interact with your account and your Viaduct resources programmatically. For example, you can easily use it to start a deployment or see the current...

Application grid view

Posted in March 2015 on the Viaduct blog

We've just pushed a new feature to Viaduct's web interface allowing you to browse your applications in a grid rather than a list. When you use the grid view, you'll...