On Windows 10, the startup performance of Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps is improved by proactively launching and then suspending apps in a technique called Prelaunch. Many applications will not need to do anything special to work in this mode, but some applications may need to adjust their behavior,
If you watched the Connect() event I am sure you noticed that we are focusing on enabling cross platform development with Visual Studio Team Services.
This definitely includes testing those applications. The new Visual Studio Team Services includes build tasks to make it easy to integrate your build and testing efforts into your release pipelines with rich reporting highlighting build-on-build changes,
After publishing Load Testing from different geographies with Cloud-based load testing I have have had a couple of people ask how do you schedule Load Tests.
Depending on what type of load testing you are doing there are two ways to do this.
The Visual Studio brand represents a suite of tools for every developer and every app, and includes three components
A powerful IDE to create stunning apps for Windows, Android, iOS, and the web with a powerful integrated development environment.
Services for teams to collaborate in the cloud with version control,
Posting on behalf of Jakob Ehn and Utkarsh Shigihalli, Visual Studio ALM Rangers and MVPs
As developers, we are often confronted with existing, potentially large codebases that we have never seen before but are asked to make changes in.
It can be a class library received from a colleague or a complete application downloaded from GitHub to reuse or extend.
There’s been a tremendous amount of excitement for the tools in Visual Studio Team Services and TFS for Java developers! Of course, we also wanted to ensure that the load testing needs of our customers are also met easily. Several of you may already be using Apache JMeter to run load tests for your applications.
[Updated 5 Apr 2016]
Like what you see in the new Release Management service in VS Team Services and in TFS server? Are you currently using the rich client to connect to the previous version of Release Management service in VS Team Services or to an on-premises Release Management 2013 or 2015 server?
Are you tired of typing in a user name and password every time you fetch from or push to remote Git repositories? Me too! We have good news! Today we are announcing the open-source release of the Git Credential Manager (GCM) for Mac and Linux.
We’re excited to announce the Public Preview of the new Visual Studio Marketplace – the one place to discover and acquire extensions, integrations and subscriptions for the Visual Studio family of products. Now publishers can directly host their extensions on the Visual Studio Marketplace and engineering teams can use these extensions to build great applications for any platform and any OS.
While all of the recent talk in the Java world about version control systems centers on Git, Subversion is still very much in use across the industry. Today we are announcing that Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio Team Services provides Team Build support for Subversion.