VSTS and Git Integration for Deploying to Azure – Part 3

  In Part 3 I will cover how to create a Release off of a Build we create from Part 2 https://gregorsuttie.com/2018/08/24/vsts-and-git-integration-for-deploying-to-azure-part-2/ So to create a new Release we click the plus icon as shown below - nothing like consistency in the ui 😉   So again we get to choose a template this time … Continue reading VSTS and Git Integration for Deploying to Azure – Part 3

VSTS and Git Integration for Deploying to Azure – Part 2

Ok so in this post (part 2) I promised to show you how to use Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to build, test and deploy your code to Azure. Using Visual Studio 2017 with the git integration tools - Part 1 https://gregorsuttie.com/2018/08/24/vsts-and-git-integration-for-deploying-to-azure-part-1 Deploying to Azure using VSTS with a CI / CD pipeline - Part … Continue reading VSTS and Git Integration for Deploying to Azure – Part 2

VSTS and Git Integration for Deploying to Azure – Part 1

At work we use Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) with git and in this post I'll walk you through our development process for writing code and deploying it to a demo site on Azure. I have become a big fan of VSTS, it has some cracking functionality built-in which saves you a lot of time and … Continue reading VSTS and Git Integration for Deploying to Azure – Part 1

Visual Studio Team Services – Gated Check-ins: How-To

So you using Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) and you have some build definitions and your team are doing pull requests but you want their branch to run a build before the pull request is reviewed. The steps to add gated check in are like so:- Log into VSTS Go to the Code Menu and … Continue reading Visual Studio Team Services – Gated Check-ins: How-To