Setup a CI/CD pipeline with package management for your Team Services extension

In recent posts we covered our CI/CD pipelines for the Yeoman generator package, for simple extensions, and for extension with unit testing and code coverage. We continue by exploring our Roll-up Board extension pipeline, which pulls a shared package from the Package Management in Team Services. These CI/CD pipeline posts are based on our Applying…

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Set up a CI/CD pipeline with unit testing and code coverage for your Team Services extension

We receive a notification that there’s a pull request to review for our Team Services extensibility project. We discuss the proposed changes as a team, eventually merge the new feature(s) into the master branch, and close the pull request. Done … right? Not quite. The merge triggers our automated CI/CD pipeline, which consistently builds, tests…

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Set up a CI/CD pipeline to run automated tests efficiently

Are you planning to implement automated testing in your pipeline? You probably have a few questions, such as: How does automated testing fit into DevOps? What are some different types of pipeline configurations? What key principles should you keep in mind? This post aims to answer these questions and talk about the automation of tests….

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Set up a CI/CD pipeline for your Team Services extension

We receive a notification that there’s a pull request to review for our Team Services extensibility project. We discuss the proposed changes as a team, eventually merge the new feature(s) into the master branch, and close the pull request. Done … right? Not quite. The merge triggers our automated CI/CD pipeline, which consistently builds and…

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Set up a CI/CD pipeline for your Yeoman generator package

We receive a notification that there’s a pull request to review on our Yeoman generator project. We discuss the proposed changes as a team, eventually merge the new feature(s) into the master branch, and close the pull request. Done … right? Not quite. The merge triggers our automated CI/CD pipeline, which consistently builds and delivers…

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Visualize the health of your builds – latest sneak preview of the Team Project Health extension

Visual cues are essential to monitor our CI/CD pipelines, detect potential issues, and react before the users are affected. Whether you have a few or hundreds of builds, visualizing their health is important to avoid surprises and deliver continuous value. The Team Project Health extension, created by Wouter de Kort, Jakob Ehn, Utkarsh Shigihalli, and…

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Testing a Team Services extension and tracking code coverage

Jasmine is a framework that allows you to write tests in JavaScript for AngularJs or NodeJs applications. In our case, we will use Jasmine to write tests for VSTS extension. Implementing Jasmine on an Extension Project The Jasmine Framework is a Jasmine.js library. To retrieve it, we have two possibilities, either with a package Nuget…

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Our first steps of embracing DevOps when building Visual Studio Team Services Extensions

Visual Studio Team Services extensions allow us to provide gap-filling solutions on the Visual Studio Marketplace, enhance the product, user productivity and experience. The number of extensions, updates, and associated moving parts have been steadily clocking up. As a consequence we have been been considering the promise of DevOps to embrace a set of processes,…

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