You can modify multiple work items together in VSTS (Visual Studio Team Services) Web Portal. When you want to make same changes for multiple work item, the bulk edit is quite helpful and fast. For an example, you want to assign set of tasks of the user stories to a developer in your team or change the iteration… Read More »
You can exclude project from Visual Studio Team Services build definition if required. You might want to exclude a specific project that breaks your build, or you don’t want a specific project to build as part of your release process for some time. You may be facing some build issues due to that project which you want to… Read More »
We can use HockeyApp to create bugs for crash reports and track feedback using Visual Studio Team Services. In one of our previous post we have discussed about Tracking Bug with HockeyApp for Universal Windows Apps . In this post let’s have a quick look on how to track user feedbacks and tracking them as task in VSTS. … Read More »
You can use HockeyApp to create bugs for crash reports and track feedback in several bug tracking systems directly. In this post we will see how we can create crash issues as defect in Visual Studio Team Services. The configuration steps are quite simple and can be achieved by following below steps.
You can directly create GitHub Issues for App Insights Telemetry from Visual Studio. When you want issues to be raised in GitHub, you can configure for the same from Application Insights resources. Application Insights has a nice integration with Visual Studio Team Services and same goes for GitHub. My previous post talks about Quickly create VSTS Work Items… Read More »
Application Insights has a nice integration with Visual Studio Team Services. You can easily authorize access to your VSTS account and can quickly create issues for your telemetry data glitches. Application Insights dashboard and metrics blades have several options to create work items which you can leverage from the Azure Portal. However, you could also achieve the same… Read More »
Add to source control option for New Project Dialog can be done from Options Dialogs. You can create a new Git repository at the same time we create the new project. In fact, not only Git Repository, you can also add the source code for Team Services as well. In the previous post – Create New Git Repository… Read More »
Over the last few posts, we have discussed several ways of setting up Continuous Integration(CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) pipeline for build and release lifecycle. We have seen how we can leverage Azure DevOps Project to set up everything we need for develop, deploy and monitor a solution. We have also explored, how to configure the Continuous Delivery(CD)… Read More »