To use this process, you are required to maintain your own infrastructure to spin up QA servers quickly, run automated tests and share the testing instance between team members. And preferably, you do it every time an update is applied for any of the modules across your websites.
What does it actually mean to get a link? Probo is unique because it actually spins up a whole new copy of your site that incorporates the proposed changes, and it gives you a link to see the version of the site with just that change.
Howard Tyson, Vice President of Engineering at Zivtech, recently gave a talk at DrupalCon Barcelona about Probo.CI, our new continuous integration tool that’s currently in beta. If you’d like a demo or to participate in the Probo.CI beta, hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a project manager, you want to share a link with a client for quick feedback, and too often it‘s not as easy as it should be. Here’s the problem: you pass on a test link, and you throw in a caveat with very specific instructions: only test this feature and don’t touch anything else because there may be unfinished and unstable code in there.