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Tarun Arora - Visual Studio ALM MVP ALM, Agile, Automation, Performance Testing, Software QA, Cloud, ... September 2014 Entries
Project Welcome pages in TFS and VSO
Project Welcome page is a new feature to Visual Studio Online. The idea is to add a landing page for visitors to your project to get a glimpse of information you are willing to share. For some, it’s an easy Wiki to share information among project team members. I personally think it’s a great feature... While the feature isn’t available to TFS (on-premise) immediately, it may be made available to TFS via one of the future updates… Where do I find project welcome page? You should be able to spot the ......

Posted On Monday, September 15, 2014 10:09 PM

How To Delete a Team Project from Visual Studio Online
House cleaning my Visual Studio Online instance the other day, I was trying to right click the team project in Visual Studio to delete the project. I was surprised to see the delete command on the context menu greyed out. Well! Luckily Help from the product team was just an e-mail away. Sharing just in case you run into the same situation… Figure 1 – Delete command disabled on the team project context menu in Visual Studio Step 1 – Browse to your Visual Studio Instance website Browse to <your ......

Posted On Sunday, September 14, 2014 10:11 PM

Auto restore Nuget packages with TFS Build the right way
Till last year I was still checking in dll references (for libraries & packages) used by my software in TFS. I could then easily configure MS Build to look for all dependencies at that certain location in TFS. NuGet simplifies searching & installing libraries you want to use in your software. It is very easy to configure MS Build to take advantage of the auto restore feature offered by NuGet. The biggest benefit is, you don’t need to worry about either installing the libraries nor do you ......

Posted On Sunday, September 14, 2014 9:10 PM

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