Missions can now be played in your subscription as a Bonus Level in Tournaments. [PLATFORM]
- Bonus Level in Tournaments are now automatically enabled for eligible language:frameworks (unless disabled by Admin), increasing the difficulty of the tournament and thus more engaging for more experienced developers.
- 40 Missions will be made available in 7 Web languages - C# Core, C# MVC, C# Webforms, Java Enterprise Edition, Java Spring, Node.js Express, Python Django. Additional languages will be progressively added. [CONTENT]
Three new language frameworks: [CONTENT]
- Kotlin Spring API (35 challenges), allows back-end developers to train and explore the Kotlin language through the Spring API framework library.
- Salesforce APEX (46 challenges), Salesforce APEX, used on the Salesforce platform, allows customers to extend the capabilities of Salesforce for their specific needs. Your SFDC instance contains essential customer and confidential information. With this new content you can now ensure developers and contractors touching or interacting with your code base are coding securely. Invite them to your team today. Find out how you can invite your Salesforce APEX developers to the platform here.
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Sensei now available on the JetBrains Marketplace for organisations and developers to try it for themselves.[SENSEI]
- Added the ability to add tags onto recipes, allowing users to add custom metadata which can be used to categorize and group recipes.
- Added our variable browser into the recipe editor in more places. The variables shown are relative to the selected target. This helps developers understand their code and craft a good recipe with less effort.
Increased the number of Python:Basic challenges 59 challenges (Δ 17), providing greater content options for developers requiring framework-agnostic training. [CONTENT]
Review of Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) mapping against platform vulnerability categories (more than 30%) with the inclusion of more CWE ID’s (particularly for mobile specific vulnerabilities). This review will significantly improve in the reporting of challenge vulnerabilities. [CONTENT]
As an extension of platform anonymization, company admins will now have the option to hide API Key generation for ‘all roles’, providing increased personal information security when generating reporting API keys. [PLATFORM]