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Azure DevOps is where teams manage, develop, and deliver software in the cloud. Azure DevOps provides free, private Git project hosting for up to 5 users, project and test management tools, build and CI, and team collaboration. Connect using the development tools of your choice, including Visual Studio, Eclipse, Xcode, and more.

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Azure DevOps is where teams manage, develop, and deliver software in the cloud. Azure DevOps provides free, private Git project hosting for up to 5 users, project and test management tools, build and CI, and team collaboration. Connect using the development tools of your choice, including Visual Studio, Eclipse, Xcode, and more.
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The company that defines Redmond, Washington may be best known for Office, Windows, and Surface tablets, but Microsoft got its start by building Basic interpreters and other development tools. That focus on developers is one of the many things that led to Microsoft's dominance of desktop computing, with the developers Steve Balmer loved so much building the software that kept users on Windows.Today, software development has in many ways shifted to the cloud, as code is built in hosted Git environments, deployed to cloud hosting, and run as web apps (or native software fueled by a web backend). And Microsoft's developer tools have shifted right alongside. Their key developer suite, Visual Studio, first shipped in 1997, as an IDE to simplify building software for Windows. You can still use Visual Studio's IDE—or Microsoft's new lite and free code editor, Visual Studio Code—to develop your apps. But for everything in your development workflow outside of writing lines of code, Visual Studio Team Services is the tool that can keep your development projects focused—and ensure they actually ship.Read MoreVisual Studio Team Services is one of Microsoft's newer tools to help your team plan development projects, track changes in your code, and ship your finished work. It's organized around four core tools: Code, Work, Build & Release, and Test.Code's the tool that will keep track of your team's work. Using Git versioning, you'll still code in your favorite apps on your computer—but instead of storing the files on your computer or a local server, you'll push them to Visual Studio Team Services as will the rest of your team. Want to change something? You'll open a pull request, complete with mentions of coworkers to get their feedback on the changes and make sure everything works perfect before integrating it with your core codebase. And you can do that from your IDE, or from Visual Studio's web app—you can now add changes to your codebase from any browser, anywhere. You can also add as many Git repositories as you'd like, to keep all of your projects in the same place.You'll plan what to work on and which bugs to squash in the Work section of Visual Studio Team Services. That's the new development-focused project management you'll use to organize your work in a Kanban board or lean workflow. From your dashboard or the work tab—or from any other app with Visual Studio integrations—you can add user stories, bugs, features, and anything else you'd like to add and want to track. Each item can include notes, tags, due dates, and more, and you can organize the tasks into a workflow stage in the kanban board or into a sprint on your lean workflow. Then, back in your code workflow, you can attach new pull requests or changes, to keep the real work tied to your project management.Ready to finish out your project? That's where the Build & Release and Test tabs come in. Test gives you a full suite of tools to test web app, deploying them on a test server, seeing how they render in a browser, and mocking up the tests to add more bugs to your backlist that need resolved. And the Build tab lets you deploy more traditional software, setting automated or manual workflows to create new builds of your desktop, JAVA, or mobile app using the build settings you want.There's more, too. You can search through your entire codebase and project notes right from one app, and pull out detailed data about your development process using the built-in reports or with Microsoft's PowerBI for more data mining. Visual Studio Team Services is a full-featured way to modernize your development process, giving you an online IDE of sorts of modern apps that let you collaborate on code, test, and deploy it together—all with a project management tool that helps your team manage who's working on what, and which tasks need done first.Visual Studio Team Services Review:Get started with the Visual Studio Team Services documentation.Need help? Check the Visual Studio Team Services help and knowledge base.Get all of your company's data in the same account by moving your email, documentations, and more to Office 365.Add the features you want to Visual Studio Team Services with extensions and integrations.Learn more about Zapier's own developer process, APIs, and the future of connected apps on Zapier's Engineering Blog.

Integrations

New Area Path
Area path for the work item.
New Area Path (From WIT)
Area path.
New Assigned To
Assigned to.
New Branch
Git repository branch.
Completed Build
Triggers when a build completes.
New Build Definition (Using InputValues)
Build definition list from inputValuesQuery (for service hooks).
New Build Definition (For Build Action)
New build definition is created.
New Build Status
Get all the possible build states.
Code Check-In (TFVC)
Triggers when code is checked into Team Foundation version control.
New Git Project
New project that uses Git for version control.
New Iteration Path (From WIT)
Iteration path.
New Path
TFVC Path.
New Project
Triggers when a new project is created.
Code Push (Git)
Triggers when code is committed and pushed to a Git repository on Visual Studio Team Services.
New Repository
Git repository.
New Team Room
Team room.
New TFVC Project
New project that uses Team Foundation Version Control.
New Work Item Comment
Triggers when a work item is commented on.
New Work Item
Triggers when a work item is created.
New Work Item Field
Work item field for work items.
New Work Item Type
Work items types for work items.
New Work Item Type (For Create Work Item Action)
Work Item Type.
Update Work Item
Triggers when a work item is updated.
Trigger Build
Queues a new build.
Create Work Item
Create a new work item.
Send Team Room Message
Post a new message to a team room.
Add Link to Work Item
Add a link to a work item.

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