Automating Release Notes with Azure Functions

Shikha Kaul

We can all agree that tracking the progress of a project enhances productivity and is an effective way to keep everyone involved of its progress. When it comes to managing your project in Azure DevOps (formerly VSTS) or GitHub, you have all of your artifacts in one place: code, CI/CD pipelines, releases, work items, and more. In cases where there’s a larger project with a larger team, the rate at which pull requests and work items are created, opened, and closed will increase significantly between each release. Imagine a large user base that wanted to stay updated on these changes and updates through release notes. They’ll want to know if that pesky bug that was introduced in the last version got fixed this time, or if that feature they’re excited about finally made it out of beta.

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