Wondering what happened since you last visited? On this page, you will get a quick overview of the activity at ReqIF.academy: New content, changes, improvements, and more.
|New Content – videos, articles, software, and more.|
|Improvements or Updates on existing content.|
|Specials, like discounts or trials|
|Announcements that may be of Interest to you.|
|Bug Fixes – even we make mistakes!|
ReqIF Studio 2.2.1 released (bug fix release)
We just released ReqIF Studio 2.2.1, a minor release with a number of bug fixes. Most notable, we adjusted the feature for storing ReqIF properties outside the ReqIF file (since 2.2), primarily useful for working in a team environment. The update ensures that tool extensions from other tools are kept intact.
The auto-update should pick up the new release. Alternatively, download the latest ReqIF Studio.Continue reading →
A Reference on the ReqIF Header
A new reference on the ReqIF Header has been added to the library and is available for free. It describes the ReqIF Header and provides you with information on how to use it, and what to watch out for.
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Improved Handbook Chapter on Preferences
The Chapter on Preferences has been significantly extended. In particular, the feature for storing setting in the ReqIF file (introduced in ReqIF Studio 2.2.0) has now been added as well.Continue reading →
New Video Lecture: Traceability with ReqIF Studio
Another video lecture has been added to the portfolio: This video lecture describes how links are created in ReqIF Studio, in order to create traceability between requirements. Links, or Traces, are called SpecRelations in ReqIF. This lecture explains how they are created, edited and customized. In particular, it explains how traceability can be used for analysis, like change management or visualizing a traceability matrix. Watch now >>Continue reading →
ReqIF Studio 2.2 released
Version 2.2 of ReqIF Studio just got released. It contains a new feature that allows the configuration for a specific ReqIF file to be written in a separate file, rather than the ReqIF file. This makes it easier to work in a team, when using a versioning system. Access it via Window | Preferences | ReqIF | Store settings in ReqIF file.
If you already have ReqIF Studio installed, the tool should notify you of the update (or check via Help | Check for Updates). Or download ReqIF Studio, if you have not done so yet – it's free.Continue reading →
New Template: All ReqIF Datatypes in One File
A new (free) template has been added to the library: ReqIFz-File with all 7 Datatypes. This file contains all datatypes preconfigured, as well as a SpecObjectType that has attributes for each datatpye. Get the template >>Continue reading →
New Video: Datatypes in ReqIF Studio
Another 20-minute video has been added, this time a detailed description on the datatypes of ReqIF and their configuration in ReqIF Studio. This video lecture also contains information on compatibility. Watch video >>Continue reading →
Two Solutions have been Overhauled
Solutions group library content together to help you solve your problems. Two solutions were just updated significantly, both by adding content and by improving on how the solutions can be navigated. Please check out Introduction to ReqIF and Open a ReqIF File for the First Time.Continue reading →
New Video: Creating a New ReqIF File and Basic Editing
This 8-minute video lecture describes how to create a new ReqIF file, and the basics of editing. Besides creating new requirements and editing their values, it describes the hierarchical structure of specifications. It also describes in detail the implications of deleting requirements, which has some pitfalls. Check it out >>Continue reading →
New Video: Opening and Inspecting a ReqIF File
This 19-minute video teaches everything necessary for opening and inspecting a ReqIF File with ReqIF Studio. It describes in detail on how you can navigate your data, or search through it, and how the various views work. Even more important, it covers troubleshooting and how to deal with invalid ReqIF. Check it out >>Continue reading →