Find the onboarding process, here.
If you can not see the DevBricks plugin there may have been issues with onboarding, please refer to step 1.
Keep in mind that each user story has a limit of 5 health checks, so it's advisable to do some preliminary drafting to avoid exhausting them too quickly.
Note: Health check progress can be seen from the ”DevBricks” Tab within your user story.
We recommend repeating this process until your user story achieves a health rating of 80+.
By reaching this rating DevBricks will have the best opportunity to develop high-quality code that aligns with your business needs.
Select the "DevBricks" tab located on the right side of your user story page.
Within this tab, you have the option to enable or disable relevant technologies. Disabled technologies will be presented as grey.
Please note that this page only allows you to enable or disable the Tech Bricks and foundation that was previously defined in the Project settings.
If you wish to learn how to add additional tech bricks and further customise your Blueprint, visit here.
Return to the previous tab and select "Build the code" within your DevBricks plugin.
Just like your development team, DevBricks needs to branch off from your development branch to generate code. This will typically be a branch name development or simply named branches.
Code generation progress can be seen from the ”DevBricks” Tab within your user story.
Note: After DevBricks has finalised its code generation it will create a new Branch in your Repo’s page under the same title as your chosen user story.
Code generation progress can be seen from the ”DevBricks Tab" within your user story. This process will seamlessly continue in the background allowing you to continue with other tasks while it generates.
Note: After DevBricks has finalised its code generation it will create a new Branch in your code Repository page under page under the same title as your chosen user story. y a link to this can also be found in the DevBricks tab.