What is the difference between a minor version and a major version?
A minor version brings, compared to the previous one, corrections of anomalies and functional evolutions of low impact.
A major release brings important new features compared to the previous version. To fully benefit from it, you need to be trained in new features.
What is the procedure for deploying a minor version?
The minor versions of the Mission Center are deployed two to three times a month, Fridays overnight.
These deployments are silent, transparent and non-impacting to the user.
A link at the bottom of the page shows you the current version of your Mission Center. Clicking on it will take you to the corresponding release note.
The deployment of a minor version of an App is decided with you, following the correction of an anomaly or the implementation of a requested change.
It relies on the standard process of updating public stores (App Store, Google Play) and is to be planned with your project manager.
What is the procedure for deploying a major release?
Currently, Teach on Mars plans two to three major releases per year.
The deployment of a major version is done at the same time for the Apps and the Mission Center.
When the new version is released, our blog informs you of its availability and new features and your project manager will contact you to plan the update. A test environment is available for you to discover and take your marks in this new version.
Upon notification of your agreement for the update, we plan its execution together. You can refuse the deployment of a major release, Teach on Mars supports the latest two major releases.
Note that during the period of submission of the App on the App Store, usually one week, the publication of training is suspended.