Office UI Fabric for VSTS Extensions – a few moving bits

Moving on from Office UI Fabric for VSTS Extensions – Typescript tools, we can start adding a few “moving bits” and tasks to perform and automate various tasks. I’m going to use npm tasks, because it is just simpler that way. You could use something like gulp tasks etc. if you prefer. First things first,…

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Office UI Fabric for VSTS Extensions – Typescript tools

In the series of blog on how to leverage Office UI Fabric in VSTS Extensions , we continue on from Office UI Fabric for VSTS Extensions – Getting Started and start to delve into how to setup our development environment. TSLInt To start off with, Lint is a set of tools to provide static code…

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Office UI Fabric for VSTS Extensions – Getting Started

Continuing from Office UI Fabric for VSTS Extensions. I have spent way too much time trying to get things running the way that I want them to, based on concepts, intentions, and bootstrapping found on blogs and technical websites. To simplify, I’ve created this series of posts the highlights a “from scratch” way to setup…

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Office UI Fabric for VSTS Extensions

Office UI Fabric is the “official front-end framework for building experiences that fit seamlessly into Office and Office 365”. It is a set of UI styles and JavaScript based controls that are geared towards providing seamless visual and component level integration with modern Office applications. It consists of several “simple” components such as buttons, labels…

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How do I roll-back a VSTS extension when I am using a CI/CD pipeline?

A few days ago, 2 to be exact, we experienced a critical issue in production when we released a public extension update. It reminded me of Brian’s post A Rough Patch. Similarly, the user experience was not good. Reality set in. We must think about roll back when we design our CI/CD pipelines. Let’s explore…

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Our journey to WhiteSource and OSS security, licensing and quality checking

This is the third, and final, article in the WhiteSource series for managing open source usage and security in your CI/CD pipeline. If you haven’t viewed the previous articles, I recommend you take a moment to review them now: Manage your open source usage and security in your pipeline Manage your open source usage and…

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VSTS Bot is now in Preview

I am happy to announce that starting from today I will be available as preview and the code is now available in the master branch: https://github.com/ALM-Rangers/VSTS-Bot Also I got my own website right here: https://team-services-bot.azurewebsites.net/. Thanks to the ALM | DevOps  Ranger community, I can now help you with Listing the build definitions and queue…

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Azure Functions – Integrating monitoring with Application Insights

In this last part of the series of blog posts on using Azure Function, we will introduce how we monitor our Azure Function thanks to Application Insights. Basic monitoring It’s possible to integrate Application Insights to your Azure Functions in a very basic way (see Azure Functions integration with Application Insights for details): Without adding…

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Azure Functions – CI / CD DevOps Pipeline

In earlier parts of our Function Azure blog post series, we outlined the implementation of different artifacts of our research project on communication between the VSTS and LaunchDarkly with the Azure Function extensions. In this one we will present how we have implemented continuous integration and deployment of our Azure Functions in Azure using Visual…

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Roll-up your backlog board on your dashboards

We’re pleased to announce the latest version of the Roll-up Board Widget, created by Mikael Krief, which allows you to display aggregated views of your backlog boards on your dashboards. What’s New? Based on telemetry observations and your feedback, we’ve evolved the extension a bit. Do not display hidden backlog level The dropdown list does…

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