Great news! It looks like XAML builds are supported in TFS 2018 Update 2!!!
Check out this blog post for specifics! (Blog Link)
For more details on VSTS\TFS agents, check out this link. (Link)
The majority of the projects I have worked on in the past have used either TFS (TFVC) or Git. For the projects that have used Git, I’ve noticed that for the people unfamiliar with Git, there can be some hesitation because of the unknowns.
So in this blog post I will simply try to align the standard TFS commands with the corresponding Git commands. Hopefully this will help out any beginner Git users who are already familiar with TFS.
I am by no means a Git expert, but hopefully this blog will help out any TFS guru’s uneasy about working with Git.
I just recently found the need to use the Telerik TFS dashboard again. This was a tool I used in the past all the time to help facilitate Scrums with remote individuals. I was disappointed to read the following forum response on the future of the tool.
I understand the discussion as future versions of TFS include dashboard features out-of-the-box (TFS 2013+).
Anyways, until I upgrade to an unsupported TFS version, I will continue to use the tool.
Starting up another blog. My previous blog was on blogspot.com and ran for about 7 years. Lots of good stuff, but time for a change, so I decided to try wordpress.com
Some of the DevOps topics and tools I will be blogging about are.