Instantly view the status of your tests on any environment with the new and improved dashboard environment context dropdown.
Managing and deploying your API to multiple environments allows you
test and QA new features before they make it to your users in
production. We're excited to release improvements to the dashboard
environment context that allow you to quickly view the status of your
tests on any URL, like
The dashboard environments dropdown will now filter the visible results and statuses down to a specific environment, allowing you to get a better understanding of any failures or regressions in your web app.
By default, the dashboard will show the status of your tests across all environments and test runs will be against the production URL. When you select an environment from the dropdown, the visible results and statuses will be specific to the environment. Learn more about testing your API on different environments in the docs.
Environments are a critical part of continuously testing your web services, and are especially useful when tests are run with the Deployments API or Trigger URLs to automatically validate new releases of your application. Being able to view the current status of any deployment gives you more control over the uptime and availability of your application.
:: Cody Reichert
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