Madhura Kumar

Madhura Kumar

Changelog 11/19/21: Runbook schedules, session notifications, block inputs

This week we rolled out runbook schedules, released Slack notifications for failed sessions and for sessions waiting on manual inputs, and added the ability to use block inputs in JavaScript templates. If you have feature requests you'd like to see in future changelogs, let us know at hello@airplane.dev.

Changelog 11/12/21: Folders, messaging resources, new docs with tutorials

This week we rolled out folders, added resources for messaging, and launched new and improved documentation with a tutorials library. If you have feature requests you'd like to see in future changelogs, let us know at hello@airplane.dev. FoldersEarlier this week we rolled out a new feature, folders, which

Airplane for fintech: sensitive workflows, data protection, fraud investigation, and more

Building a product that interacts with financial systems and institutions tends to require a number of manual operational workflows. As a result, fintech and insurtech companies invest a significant amount of engineering effort into building internal workflows and processes for support, ops, risk, compliance, and other teams. This is why

Changelog 11/5/21: Runbooks, task cloning, log downloads, new homepage

This week we launched our new product Runbooks, enabled paginated logs to be downloaded as CSV files, shipped task cloning, and rolled out a new website. If you have feature requests you'd like to see in future changelogs, let us know at hello@airplane.dev. RunbooksYou can now string together

Airplane for SaaS: admin panels, customer onboarding, feature flags, and more

Airplane enables engineers at SaaS companies to focus on doing the thing they do best: building a great product. With Airplane, you can move quickly by transforming code into enterprise-grade internal apps in minutes that can be used by anyone on your team. Why SaaS companies choose AirplaneSaaS companies are