The Silk Performer plugin for the CI tool Jenkins has received a major upgrade and now provides a number of new features. It lets you automate Silk Performer projects, collect results, and evaluate success conditions.
You can learn more about the new features and enhancements of the plugin in the blog post Released: Silk Performer 19.5. In this blog post, we will guide you through the complete setup process.
If you are a long-term Silk Performer user, you probably know that Silk Performer has been offering a Visual Studio and .NET support for many years. You used to install the so-called Silk Performer Visual Studio .Net add-on to make use of that support. Now, with Silk Performer 18.5, the capabilities of this add-on, which is now called a Visual Studio extension, have been considerably extended and enhanced.