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We’ve open sourced TestCaseDB

TestCaseDB is now covered by the MIT license and available for download from GitHub.

Please take a look, share, enjoy and contribute.

Of course, we are still available to provide support and professional services.

TestCaseDB v3.1.0 Released

TestCaseDB v3.1.0 has been released.


The following changes can be found in v3.1.0

  • Upgraded to Rails 3.2.14
  • Code is no longer encoded
  • Graphs have been swapped to flot charts
  • Other minor bug fixes.


Version 3.1.0 can be downloaded from the download page.

Introducing TestCaseDB Version 3.0

We are happy to announce the firs release of TestCaseDB v3.0. TestCaseDB 3.0 includes some big changes that we hope you will like.



What’s New

  • Upgraded from Rails 3.0 to 3.2!
  • Upgraded from Ruby 1.8 to 1.9.3 (Ruby 1.8.x is no longer supported).
  • A brand new look and feel.
  • Multiple performance related changes.
  • Minor bug fixes


Version 3.0.1 can be downloaded from the download page.

If you are running a hosted version, an email will be sent to you regarding your upgrade.

TestCaseDB v2.5.9 Released

TestCaseDB v2.5.9 has been released.


The following changes can be found in v2.5.9

  • Fixes issues with settings that occurred on some installs.
  • Fixes error for attachments with images on recent installs.
  • Other minor bug fixes.


Version 2.5.9 can be downloaded from the download page.

If you are running a hosted version, an email will be sent to you regarding your upgrade.

Introducing Stencils

Do you have a large collection of test plans and target environments to test? Have you missed a bug due to accidentally missing part of your regression coverage?

TestCaseDB’s Stencils are here to ensure test coverage and prevent bugs slipping through the cracks.

Stencils, introduced in TestCaseDB v2.5.0, allow customers to create an assignable matrix of test plans and target devices. Devices can specify any items, from operating system, database, software requirements and more using custom fields.



Once Stencils are created, they can be assigned for test execution with the same ease as assigning a test plan. It is that easy to ensure that there are no gaps in your test coverage.



If you have any questions, or want to try TestCaseDB yourself, please contact us, or request a free trial today.

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