This week, we are continuing the San Diego Release Season content with new features centered around managing your development. These include source control, bulk adding to global bundles, and converting your app records. So what’s new? Enhanced Source Control stashing: Previously, when you stashed changes there wasn’t much info available around the stash after the fact. The new enhancement provides more details. Convert custom applications to upgrade from the application repository - Previously, if you had an application you installed into your production environment with update sets instead of the application repository, you would need to involve ServiceNow’s support team to convert the application to be able to receive updates through the app repo.
Congratulations to our 2022 Developer MVPs! The ServiceNow Developer Program recognizes a number of developers every year for their contributions to the ServiceNow developer community. The Developer MVPs are a collection of ServiceNow developers who are passionate about ServiceNow and inspire other developers by sharing their extensive knowledge openly and inclusively. Let’s give a warm welcome to the Developer MVP class of 2022!
Find out more about the Developer MVP Program and links to the developer MVPs on the Developer MVP Page.
We’re going to be spending the first two weeks of our San Diego Release Season focused on the Next Experience, which is the new name for the Now Experience UI Framework and the new Unified Navigation. Next Experience UI One of the biggest changes in the San Diego release is the Next Experience UI. The Next Experience Unified Navigation provides the tools you need to navigate between the items you use in your instance in one pane while also being able to receive notifications and set your preferences.
San Diego early availability is here, so upgrade your PDI to the San Diego release today! Instructions on upgrading your PDI can be found here. The developer program is happy to bring you the San Diego release season of our content. Each week during this season we will release a blog post, an episode of Creator Toolbox, and an episode of Live Coding Happy Hour. We will cover the Next Experience, Flow Designer, Integration Hub, Studio, Platform, App Engine Studio, Mobile, and a new product yet to be announced!
San Diego! The Developer Program content pipeline is getting spruced up and ready for the San Diego release for ServiceNow! From February 7, 2022 to April 15, 2022 we will be releasing content every week for our very own “San Diego” content season. Every week during this season we will release a blog post, an episode of Creator Toolbox, and an episode of Live Coding Happy Hour. We will cover the Next Experience, Flow Designer, Integration Hub, Studio, Platform, App Engine Studio, Mobile, and a new product yet to be announced!
We are excited to finally share the 2021 Developer Program Survey Results! Firstly, a huge THANK YOU to all who responded (over 2,500 developer community members) to the survey conducted earlier this year. We appreciate the time, feedback, and insights you provided. These valuable results have and will continue to play a vital role in how we shape the Developer Program and developer site for your needs moving forward.
Would you like to be a ServiceNow Developer MVP? The Developer MVPs are a collection of ServiceNow developers who are passionate about ServiceNow and inspire other developers by sharing their extensive knowledge openly and inclusively. They help, encourage, and enable developers of all skill levels and types succeed in building and developing on the Now Platform. Benefits and Criteria In addition to the fame, fortune, and great renown that comes along with being a developer MVP you get a dedicated slack channel where you can bug your fellow MVPs and developer advocates at all hours.
Happy Diwali!! As we enter the US Holiday Season we want to let our awesome developers know we wish them a Happy Diwali. May your life be as colorful, shimmering, and magical as the lights of Diwali!
Over the past months or so, we’ve released a number of new UI Builder learning resources that ServiceNow developers should know about. If you want to take a look at the list of resources we have to date, you can check out my UI Builder Resources post from earlier this year. NowLearning The first piece of new content is an on-demand NowLearning course that came out today called Now Experience UI Builder Fundamentals.
You asked and we listened. ServiceNow is working to add more code examples to our API documentation - but we need your help. One of the most frequently asked improvements for our API documentation is to add more code examples. We hear you and are requesting your code examples to add to our API documentation. Now is your chance to contribute to the ServiceNow API documentation. For each code example that is published, we will send the submitter a $25 gift card of your choosing through Rybbon.