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So far, we have published 124 Visual Studio, VSTS & TFS tutorials and articles, which have been read by over 6226069 (Six Million Two Hundred Twenty Six Thousand Sixty Nine) developers and architects.

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Abstract: Visual Studio Online and TFS 2015 provide RESTful APIs that allow you to extend the functionality of VSO from your apps and services. This article talks about accessing VSO using a client that uses RESTful services of TFS and the security challenges we face while accessing these services.
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Abstract: The new debugging features in Visual Studio 2015 are developer friendly and easy to use. This article demonstrates how developers can use these features for effective debugging management.
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Abstract: Smart Unit Tests in Visual Studio 2015 are used for automated white box testing along with code coverage. This article gives an overview of Smart Unit Tests.
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Abstract: Explore some new IDE features in Visual Studio 2015 which makes developers more productive.
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Abstract: Using Grunt, Gulp and Bower to build modern web apps in Visual Studio 2013 and 2015

Visual Studio Online with Git

Posted by: Subodh Sohoni , on 2/4/2015
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Abstract: TFS and Visual Studio Online (VSO) have embraced Git as one of the default options for version control while creating a new team project. In this article, I will attempt to explain the concepts of Git as implemented by TFS / VSO.
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Abstract: In this article, we will discuss benefits of Test Plan and Test Suites in Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 as work items, which can now be customized to suit the specific needs of an organization.
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Abstract: The Debugging enhancements in Visual Studio 2015 Preview is worth checking out. This article provides an overview of the same.
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Abstract: Code can be hand written in CUIT without the help of any code generator for Coded UI Test. In this article, we will see how to hand code Coded UI Test using Visual Studio 2013.
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Abstract: In this article we will discuss how arguments and variables can be used during TFS 2013 Build Process and the difference between them.
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Abstract: Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013 provides features for implementing both Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment (CD). In this article, we will use the component of Release Management and explore the same.
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Abstract: Call metrics utility through Custom (xaml and code) Activity and use InvokeProcess Activity in VS 2013 and TFS 2013 to add build summary information about the activity invoked.
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Abstract: Using Visual Studio 2013 and Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2013 Build Service, in this article, we will view various ways using which environmental variables can be accessed with Build Definition.
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Abstract: Agile is a way teams think, behave and work. In this article, we will see how Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2013 and Visual Studio 2013 are designed to facilitate implementation of Agile practices in teams.
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Abstract: Visual Studio 2013 Update 2 contains a plethora of new features to make developers more productive. In this article, we will discuss some of these new features and also see how Azure devs can now manage and deploy their apps from Visual Studio
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