Source Control

Chuck Tomasi

1 minute read

The Rome release is coming! This is your chance to find out what hot new platform features are coming to make building on the platform easier than ever before. Join us as we take a look at some new features as well as updates to your favorites to make them even better! Topics 00:00 Welcome and introductions 06:14 App Engine 12:27 WebUX 19:34 Development and configuration 24:14 Workflows and integrations 28:55 Security 32:03 Platform foundation 36:57 Poll and Q & A 40:35 Takeaways and next episode 42:25 Reference information 42:50 Final Q & A Links Docs: Rome release notes Break Point podcast Community Developer portal Now Learning About: TechNow is a monthly show for ServiceNow admins, developers, and builders on a wide variety of platform features.

Brad Tilton

9 minute read

The Orlando and Paris releases have brought many new capabilities to the Now Platform allowing developers to implement their own Continuous Improvement and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) pipelines to accelerate Now Platform development. Those include selective commits, editing outside of Studio, MID server support for the Source Control integration, global app support for Source Control, and APIs and IntegrationHub Spoke subflows and actions that allow developers to automate testing and deployment.

Andrew Barnes

4 minute read

It is ServiceNow’s new release season! With the Paris release in Early Access, we will show some enhancements targeted around being more effective and efficient as a developer. These tools are specifically for developers and scripting on the Now Platform. Global Scoped Applications Support for Source Control You might be aware that scoped application development was enhanced in Orlando with the addition of: Selective / Partial Commits Editing outside platform / Branching & Merging Automation for deployment from source control If you are unfamiliar with source control or wish to learn what ServiceNow resources are available, you can find them here.

Dave Slusher

2 minute read

Update: An up to date version of this article has been published here One of the ongoing issues that we deal with in the Developer Program is the continuity of the free developer instances. No matter how well intentioned you are, it is always possible to have a time period where you are out of the office and miss the email about your Developer Instance expiring. I don’t like the idea of anyone losing their work but there is only so much we can do to prevent it.