Release Notes – Highlight June 2018
20+ new technologies for discovery and sizing metrics
We added to our analyzers the capability to detect more than 20 new technologies and compute sizing metrics (lines of code, total files and back-fired function points): Ruby, Scala, Ada, Swift, Go, Groovy, Fortran, Typescript, Coffeescript, Assembler, Perl, Delphi, Lua, Rust, Coldfusion, Erlang, PowerBuilder, REXX, F#, Lisp, SmallTalk, Matlab, R…
Code Insights at Portfolio Level
The hundreds of Code Insights we’re searching for during a scan could be problematic in your application, whether they can increase risks or costs. Now, Highlight reveals the top 20 most frequent patterns across your entire portfolio and tells how many applications and which technologies are involved.
User Weekly Reports
Subscribe to our new weekly reports and get notified by mail to get the overall KPIs on your portfolio, the total number of framework vulnerabilities (CVEs) or the scores of applications in your watchlist.
New CloudReady patterns specific to Pivotal CloudFoundry
We added a dozen of Pivotal’s CloudFoundry-specific code patterns for Java, C# and VB/VB.Net. Identify where and how many blockers your applications have for this platform.
Bulk import of survey answers through the API
Highlight now allows users to load survey answers in bulk through an API call. Refer to the API documentation to see how to do it. The ideal feature to quickly connect the information you’ve already gathered with other tools like Excel or EA solutions.
As you can already filter dashboards on domains, technologies or campaigns, we added a new filtering option to allow users to refine analytics by survey answers. For instance, getting the list and the aggregated health factor scores of all applications in ERP is now possible directly from the dashboard.
Useful resources to get started
The Highlight team has developed very useful resources to help you onboard the platform, operate automation and API tools and leverage our software analytics within your organization.