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Announcing Azure DevOps Server 2019.0.1 RC

Today, we are releasing Azure DevOps Server 2019.0.1 RC. This is a go-live release, meaning it is supported on production instances, and you will be able to upgrade to our final release. Azure DevOps Server 2019.0.1 includes bug fixes for Azure DevOps Server 2019. You can find the details of the fixes in our release notes. You can upgrade to ...

Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2019.04.26

Whew, it's been a busy week! The team is getting ready for the Microsoft Build 2019 conference, in just two weeks! We can't wait to show you what we've been working on, so if you're there, be sure to stop by the Azure DevOps breakout sessions and at our booth to chat with us! But what's going on this week? Here's what the community has to say...

Pull Requests with Rebase

We're excited to roll out another way to integrate your pull requests in Azure Repos. Arriving in the Sprint 150 update is an option to rebase your pull request into the target branch. This lets you keep a linear commit history in your master branch, which many people think is an elegant way to visualize history. Like tabs vs spaces, the way...

What’s new in Azure DevOps Sprint 150?

In this update, you can now use the Task assistant for editing YAML files, share your team's board using the Azure Boards badge, and the general availability of the Analytics Service as well as the dark theme! Check out the video to learn more about these features.

Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2019.04.19

It's a gorgeous long weekend here in England - it's warm and the sun is shining, two things that don't happen here all the time. I'm heading outside to enjoy it, and I hope you've got some nice weather, too. But if you're stuck with the dreary end of winter, then I'll leave you with some great articles from the community to keep you busy. ...

Changes to Coded UI Test in Visual Studio 2019

We've been recommending for a while that customers use the open source tools Selenium and Appium tools, therefore the Visual Studio 2019 release marks their final deprecation. We recommend using Selenium for testing web-applications and Appium with WinAppDriver for testing desktop (WPF, WinForms, Win32) and UWP apps.

Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2019.04.12

I'm back from a few weeks of travelling - a fun mix of conferences and holiday - and I'm happy to be home. I'm particularly excited that I'll be here in England for the Global Azure Bootcamp in just a few weeks. It's coming up on April 27, it's all about Azure and Cloud Computing, and it's taking place in locations across the world. So now I'...

What’s new in Azure DevOps Sprint 149?

Sprint 149 has just finished rolling out to all organisations today and you can check out all the cool features in the release notes. Here is just a snapshot of some of the features that you can start using today. Navigate to Azure Boards work items directly from mentions in any GitHub comment Want to mention a work item in a GitHub comment...

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