Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2019.07.05
This week is a holiday week in the US, but this community is still going strong! Below are the highlights of some of the great overviews the Azure DevOps community has published. Enjoy the holiday weekend!
YAML-defined CI/CD for ASP .NET Core
This is a detailed walkthrough of the new process of configuring a YAML–based CI/CD pipeline for a .NET Core application in Azure Pipelines. It covers the Build, Unit Testing and Deployment stages, as well as additional tips and tricks. Big thanks to Shahed Chowdhuri for putting it all together.
Work Item Query Macros in Azure DevOps
This post is a great overview of the Macros available for Azure Boards Work Item queries, and how they can simplify the process of retrieving the data you need. Thanks to Dave Lloyd for creating this summary!
Azure Pipelines: Featuring Bash, YAML, JFrog and a custom Slack app!
This is a fun writeup from Jessica Dean on making custom Slack notifications for JFrog Artifactory and XRay using bash script tasks in Azure Pipelines, allowing you to style the Slack notifications.
How to delete content in Azure DevOps wiki
Have you ever needed to delete the entire Azure DevOps Wiki, rather than updating or deleting specific articles? This blog walks you through getting it done. Thanks to Ricci Gian Maria for putting it together!
Before you know, it is in production
And here is one more post about the Global DevOps Bootcamp, where Rob Bos walks us through the use of Selenium and Pipelines to implement functionality that was missing in the Eventbrite API.
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