Why customer should choose Azure DevOps

Azure DevOps is rebranding of Microsoft’s Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS), which is the online version of Team Foundation Server. Here are some of the prime reasons as to why a customer should choose Azure DevOps. TFS is originally a source code management tool, which later became a platform, where development projects are managed, tested and released. As you implement and practice DevOps technologies, you will provide value to your customer faster in the form of new and innovative prod...
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Roles in DevOps Mobile App Development

DevOps can be defined as an approach to enable seamless application delivery from inception to production. This approach improves Software Development by focusing on collaboration between various stakeholders and project members. DevOps is gaining popularity with the mobile app development teams. Mobile app development generally adopts the latest trends, technologies and tools for developing intuitive mobile applications across different platforms and industry verticals. There are many mobile de...
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What is DevOps and why Enterprises are serious about it?

The term DevOps is becoming increasingly familiar as more and more companies are interested in implementing it. The combination of two words, Development and Operations unified the software development culture and practice. The biggest advantage of using DevOps is that it basically helps with performance improvement to create shorter deployment cycles. DevOps creates a better interaction between the development team and the operations team and thus increases the efficiency level.
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Dynamics 365 Business Central: How to Record Events in Business Central

When you are developing an extension for Dynamics 365 Business Central and you need to interact with the standard Microsoft’s code
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How to pass Images from Report Body to Header/Footer in RDLC

When using SetData and GetData functions to pass data from report body to report header/footer we can also pass the images
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⚡ Angular — Protect your unsaved data

using CanDeactivate class route guard to prevent users from navigating with unsaved entries.
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Introducing Azure DevOps Earlier (VSTS)

Microsoft recently announced Azure DevOps and an evolution of Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) which is now called as Azure DevOps Services. All the VSTS users will be able to move or change to new URL and UI with ease. Instead of . visualstudio.com you will be using dev.azure.com/ and off course the brand-new UI and with lots of new capabilities.So, what is Azure DevOps?Azure DevOps Services (formerly VSTS) is a cloud service for collaboration...
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Create a simple Chatbot App using Botframework & Xamarin.Forms

We can integrate Chatbot API with Xamarin.Forms App using two methods, Embed Code with Web View or Native with DirectLine.In this blog, I shall explain how to integrate Chatbot using embed code with WebView which is simple.To achieve this, we need to have below 3 things set up An Azure account Create Bot Services on azure (For this demo we are using QnA Maker) Create a Xamarin AppFirstly, let us build an interactive QnA bot with the Cognitive Services of Microsoft. The purpose of ...
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Create a Basic Bot with the Bot Builder SDK for.NET

A bot is a software that is designed to automate the tasks you would usually do on your own, like booking a flight ticket, adding an appointment to your calendar or fetching and displaying information.
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Authorize access to VSTS REST APIs with OAuth 2.0

Visual Studio Team Services uses the OAuth 2.0 protocol to authorize your app for a user and generate an access token. Use this token when you call the REST APIs from your app.
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