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Wiki* to turn Wiki & many exciting features

It has been 3 months since Wiki went live and thanks to your feedback, we believe this is the right time to remove preview tag from Wiki. Wiki* will be Wiki in the coming days. I would like to give a shout out to everyone in the developer community , VSTS user voice, and those who reached out to us with their feedback to make VSTS better...

Git forks now in public preview

Forks - the ability to create a server-side copy of a Git repository - is rolling out across Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) and available in TFS 2018 RC1 as a public preview. In VSTS, you won't have to do anything to turn it on, it'll be available by default. If it's not on for you yet, it will be after the current deployment finishes. [...

Git vulnerability with submodules

The Git community has disclosed a serious security vulnerability in Git that can lead to arbitrary code execution. This has been assigned CVE 2017-1000117. The Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) team takes security issues very seriously.  We encourage all users to update their Git clients as soon as possible to address this issue...

Announcing public preview of Wiki in Visual Studio Team Services

Last updated 1/4/2017: Wiki was released to all in October. Read more. Each project in Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) now supports its own Wiki. Now you can conveniently write pages that help your team members and other users understand, use, and contribute to your project. (image) Create my first wiki page When you create your first...

View tags for git repositories

Git repositories now show tags that allow you to mark important points in your repo's history. Now you can easily bookmark a specific commit in your git repository to compare to other commits in the future. In this post, I will talk about how you can easily manage following git tag related tasks in VSTS : Create a tag...

Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) IntelliJ plugin now included with JetBrains Rider IDE releases

I am pleased to announce the Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) and Team Foundation Server (TFS) IntelliJ plugin is now built-in and provided with JetBrains Rider IDE out-of-the-box. The plugin is a result of a partnership between JetBrains and Microsoft. Previously, both of our companies provided separate plugins accessing certain features of...

Announcing git graph and advanced filters to visualize commit history

Did you ever want a quick way to understand change history in a branch? VSTS now shows git graph in commit history for files in repositories. Now you can easily create a mental model of all your branches and commits for your git repositories using git graph. VSTS commit history also supports advanced filters that allow you to view various ...