I’m excited to share the new navigation we’re working on for Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to modernize the user experience and give you more flexibility. As Lori mentioned in her blog post, our goal to create an integrated suite that also gives the flexibly to pick and choose the services that work best for you.
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Last month, we shipped Visual Studio 2017 RTM and since then we’ve had many reports on Team Explorer issues. In a nutshell, the quality of Team Explorer in Visual Studio 2017 RTM isn’t up to our usual standards. Most of the bugs stem from 2 sets of changes: a major refactor of the authentication library and moving the Git experience from Libgit2 to Git for Windows.
Some exciting new features are coming to the Git experience over the next few months. In January, I wrote about upcoming features and many of them are available now, but a few have taken longer than we anticipated. This post isn’t a comprehensive list of the Git enhancements we’re making,
In Visual Studio 2015 Update 1, we enhanced the Git experience based on your feedback. As I mentioned in the most recent Git Futures post, there’s a lot more on the way.
No matter what you’re doing in VS, you usually want to know what repo you’re in,
Some exciting new features are coming to the Git experience over the next few months. In August, I wrote about upcoming features and most of them are available now, but a few have taken longer than we anticipated. This isn’t a comprehensive list of the Git enhancements we’re making,
I’m pleased to announce version 1.0 of the Git Credential Manager for Windows (GCM) is available. Since we introduced the first beta in October 2015, we received great feedback from the community and incorporated it into this release. This project replaces the WinStore credential manager,
Many teams are transitioning from TFVC to Git for version control and want to keep their work items, build definitions, and other data in their team project. Now with TFS Update 1 or Team Services, you can add Git repositories to your existing team project created with TFVC.
Our goal is to provide a Git experience that works for different engineering systems and teams, while making it easy to use. Today, we’re announcing improvements to Visual Studio, Visual Studio Online, and Team Foundation Server that help us reach that goal. This isn’t a comprehensive list of the Git enhancements we’re making,