There is something to be said about having a good tool box – after all picking the right tool for a job is also as much about picking the right job for a tool, and the bigger your toolbox, the better the chances are that the best tool you can muster will be the one appropriate for the job at hand.
A new Code Coverage tab has been enabled on the Build summary page. Users uploading Code Coverage data in Jacoco or Cobertura formats to Visual Studio Team Services will be able to browse the html report generated by the tool in the Code Coverage tab.
Team Foundation Server 2015 Update 3 is now available. You can find information on the new features and bugs that were fixed in the release notes and a few known issues in our known issues document. You can find the downloads at our main download page.
Team Services sprint 101 introduces a new build task, Extract Files. Use it to easily extract archives during your Team Foundation Server (TFS) build process. The Extract Files task is cross platform and uses native unzip, tar, and 7-Zip on Mac and Linux.
Today, we are inviting Edith Harbaugh from LaunchDarkly as a guest writer for the ALM Blog to talk a little bit about the different patterns of Feature Flag implementations which has been a common topic I get asked about from many of you.
With Sprint 102 deployment on Visual Studio Team Services, we have enabled tests from within an assembly to be distributed to remote machines using the Run Functional Tests task (formerly called Run Tests using Test Agent). This has been one of the bigger asks from customers around Remote testing.
A couple of weeks ago, we announced the general availability of Azure DevTest Labs. As part of the announcement we introduced the preview of Azure DevTest Labs – VSTS extension. Today, we are delighted to announce the general availability (GA) of the extension.
The first wave of work for process customization is complete: allowing you to modify fields, layout and states of existing work item types. While it’s taken longer than we had anticipated, we’ve received a ton of great feedback and our plan is to continue to work through the backlog.
The first milestone in bringing states customization to Team Services is here. With the latest deployment, you can customize the states on your inherited work item types. Let’s jump into the new functionality.
Adding custom states
Adding new states starts from the process administration page.
Recently, we announced MSTest Framework support for .NET Core RC2 / ASP.NET Core RC2 – this is “MSTest V2” as we fondly call it, and the release sets the direction for how we intend to evolve the MSTest framework.
First, some context …