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In the Sprint 140 Update of Azure DevOps Services, you'll find a new way to customize build dependencies to your specific requirements with the introduction of container jobs in Azure Pipelines.
Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) is becoming a set of Azure DevOps services. You'll start to notice new icons and names for Azure DevOps and each service within it.
In the Sprint 139 Update of Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS), you can now migrate Hosted XML projects to the Inheritance process model to ease customization.
VSTS Sprint 138 Update feature enhancements include a summarized view of test results that organizes related outcomes into a hierarchy.
Azure DevOps Projects is generally available.
In the Sprint 137 Update of Visual Studio Team Services, we've removed the "Preview" moniker from our Linux and macOS Microsoft-hosted CI/CD agents and made them generally available.
In the Sprint 136 Update of Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS), we're introducing some design changes.
The Sprint 135 Update of Visual Studio Team Services brings a new way to visualize all your release activity.
Visual Studio Team Services, a cloud-hosted DevOps service, features capabilities such as Agile planning, Git source control, Cloud Build, Release Management (including continuous integration and delivery [CI/CD] pipelines), Test Manager, and Package Management. We’ve added the Release Management release gates capability to Team Services.
Use Azure DevOps Projects to start running your application on Azure App Service or Virtual Machine hosts.
The Sprint 134 Update of Visual Studio Team Services brings better support for Ruby, Python, and Java languages in for build and even more deployment options for release.
The Sprint 133 Update of Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) expands the languages and platforms supported for VSTS build and release.
The Sprint 132 Update of Visual Studio Team Services brings a few key features to help you scale your build and release pipeline.
In the Sprint 131 Update of Visual Studio Team Services, a few features have received a large amount of feedback and activity on UserVoice, including the Work Items hub.
Visual Studio App Center will combine multiple services commonly used by mobile developers into a single, integrated product. You'll be able to build, test, distribute, and monitor your mobile apps, and then easily add backend cloud services to scale your app to millions of users on demand.
Beginning November 30, 2017, you will need to use the Azure portal to manage your Visual Studio Team Services accounts, instead of using the Azure classic portal.
We'll soon announce new functionality in preview for Visual Studio and Visual Studio for Mac with Xamarin Live Player, paired with an app available for iOS and Android. This will help developers to start instantly developing and testing their apps.
With the Azure mobile app, you can check status and critical metrics of your Azure resources, get notifications and alerts, and perform simple operations to resolve common issues.
The Package Management extension for Visual Studio Team Services is now generally available. It helps you move to DevOps workflows with continuous integration and delivery.
Visual Studio Online Professional plans weren’t automatically converted to the new Visual Studio Professional monthly subscription on February 1, 2016.
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