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Category: TFS

You have found part 3 of my article on Using VSTS to tokenize Angular application builds and deployments. In Part I, I explained the scenario, goals, and solution. I walked throug…
Part III of Tokenizing Angular applications to work with VSTS Release Management covers using the angular package in your VSTS release pipeline. http://www.deliveron.com/blog/tokenizing-angular-applications-work-vsts-release-management-part-iii/


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Welcome back to my 3 part series on using VSTS to tokenize Angular application builds and deployments. In Part I, I walk through the scenario and provide an overview of the soluti…
Part II of Tokenizing Angular applications to work with VSTS Release Management covers configuring your CI build to ensure the Angular application package can be deployed to all environments. http://www.deliveron.com/blog/tokenizing-angular-applications-work-vsts-release-management-part-ii/


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Environment configuration management practices usually incorporates the well establish practice of build once and deploy the same version to multiple environments. In the .NET web…
Part I of Tokenizing Angular applications to work with VSTS Release Management covers setting up everything in the solution to support local development and a full release pipeline in VSTS. http://www.deliveron.com/blog/tokenizing-angular-applications-work-vsts-release-management-part-i/


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We were working with a client where our automated UI tests were working perfectly on our local machines but started failing randomly when running them nightly.  I want to share a…
The Turn Off Display Setting in the Power Options can cause Automated UI Tests to fail so be sure this is set to never. http://www.deliveron.com/blog/ensure-turn-display-settings-set-never-automated-ui-test-machines/


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