Migrating work items from 1 TP to another TP in VSTS

Hi ya'll, it's been a while since I blogged as I was busy with certain things. In this post I am gonna show you how to migrate work items from 1 Team Project (TP) to another TP in VSTS. In order to do so, below are the list of prerequisites. VSTS Account VSTS Work Item... Continue Reading →

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Zero to DevOps

This is a write up of Donovan Brown's VS Live 2016 Zero to DevOps. In this post i am gonna show you how to go from "zero to DevOps" like a pro with DEV, QA & PROD environments for ASP.NET MVC application that we're gonna deploy to azure. I am gonna do in a resource group... Continue Reading →

Working with grunt errors on .NET Core Projects

Grunt is a task-based command line build tool for JavaScript projects.Here's the idea: when working on a JavaScript project, there are a bunch of things you'll want to do regularly. Like concatenating given files, running JSHint on your code, running tests, or minifying your scripts etc. In this post i am gonna show you how... Continue Reading →

TFS-Git with Android Studio Part-1

In this post i am gonna show you how to work with TFS Git using Android Studio! Before starting with this guide, make sure you have the below Pre-requisites. Android Studio (2+) IntelliJ Plugin ( https://plugins.jetbrains.com/plugin/7981 ) Active VSTS/TFS account   This post helps you to simplify and optimise developer interaction with TFS and VSTS... Continue Reading →

Gradle build using VSTS/TFS

In this post i will show you how we can have gradle projects built on VSTS/TFS. Pre- requisites: Java Environment Android SDK Sample Android Project (I have considered Android Studio) Installed Build agent up and running Please find the below link to download Android SDK https://developer.android.com/studio/index.html Note: Since I am using Visual Studio Team Services... Continue Reading →

Azure Resource Group Deployment using Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS)-Part 1

Visual Studio Team Services provides a set of cloud-powered collaboration tools that work with your existing IDE or editor, so your team can work effectively on software projects of all shapes and sizes. In this topic let’s see how we can auto provision the resources on Microsoft Azure using Visual Studio Team Services capabilities. Firstly,... Continue Reading →

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