The Sharepoint integration for TFS has long been a well discussed topic and the last couple of years we haven’t seen any news in that area. More of the functionality has been moved to web and Microsoft hasn’t updated the support matrix with support for Sharepoint 2016.
Now the TFS team has revealed the future, and it is not good for those of you who used the integration.
For the next version of TFS Sharepoint integration will no longer be supported.
Currently there is no out-of-the-box way of making sequential builds in TFS, so I took a look at the REST API, that TFS provides.
Continue reading “Sequential build”
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This is just another blog about news from Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS), Powershell scripts, and other stuff related to the world of Dev-Ops and ALM.
I’ll try to get around the daily work with TFS, deployment and how we use TFS and powershell.
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