With 7pace Timetracker’s latest release, 5.3.0, we have updated to .NET Framework 4.8.
For on-premises users, both the 7pace Timetracker web application and the Windows Client have been updated to .NET Framework 4.8.
For cloud-based users, the 7pace Timetracker Windows Client now uses .NET Framework 4.8, so this is now required if you want to up the Client on your PC. TLS 1.2 is now supported and will be used as the default soon.
We have made some UI/design improvements in this release, with application images (for example, images accompanying “The door is locked”, “Page is empty”, etc.) being updated and replaced with new, more modern ones.
Fixes in this release include those made within API: Reporting. The number of API calls you are permitted per hour is dependent on your specific subscription plan. “Throttling” within Timetracker has now been fixed and is being enforced, depending on your plan . Please see – https://www.7pace.com/redir/api-limits for more information (cloud only).
There’s more …
For the full list of improvements, fixes, and details on this and all other releases, please check our release articles here.
Customers can download the latest release of 7pace Timetracker (on-prem) for DevOps Server for Windows.