With the Extensions feature going live this week as per the announcement during Connect, the VS ALM Rangers have been busy creating extensions. We have a total of 11 extensions that made it into the Visual Studio Team Services Marketplace when it launched, of which 4 are published under Microsoft DevLabs and the rest as community extensions. Here’s a little bit about them…
A list of DevLabs extensions:
Create new folders from the code explorer within the Team Web Access.
Team: Wouter de Kort & Abel Wang
Print cards from your backlog for use on a physical scrum board.
Team: Gordon Beeming (@GordonBeeming) & Robert MacLean (@rmaclean)
|Test Case Explorer
An extension to explore test cases.
Team: Mattias Sköld & Mathias Olausson (@molausson + blog)
|Work Item Visualization
Visualize relationships between work items from within the work item form.
Team: Taavi Koosaar (@melborp + blog + GitHub + email: email@example.com)
A list of Community extensions:
Scrum report for your daily scrums.
Team: Mikael Krief & Vlatko Ivanovski
Export work item queries and test plans to word direct from the web, without client installs and moving templates files between computers.
Team: Mattias Sköld
A requirements management and integration tool for Visual Studio Team Services.
Team: Josh Garverick
|State Model Visualization
Add the ability to view the state model for a selected work item type.
Team: Taavi Koosaar (@melborp + blog + GitHub + email)
|Team Rooms Summary
Shows a summary of the activity in all the team rooms that you are a part of.
Team: Niel Zeeman (@teamfoundation + LinkedIn)
VSO and toggl.com integration.
Team: Gerson Dias
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