DevOps For ASP.NET Developers Pt.4 - Continuous Integration

Being able to build, test, and deploy are integral parts of the software development lifecycle. Azure Pipelines combines continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) to consistently test and build your code and ship it to any target.

In part 4 of our DevOps For ASP.NET Developers series, Abel and Jeremy show us how to get started with creating a build definition using Azure Pipelines. We will learn how to customize a pipeline for our project using tasks from the marketplace, edit the YAML build definition, and also use Yo Team to scaffold a pipeline for a project.

  • [01:40] - Creating a build pipeline from scratch
  • [03:04] - YAML versus the visual build editor
  • [05:30] - Working with the visual editor
  • [07:25] - Adding tasks to your build
  • [08:55] - Selecting a build agent
  • [11:56] - Viewing the YAML for the generated pipeline
  • [12:56] - Adding build agents to the pipeline
  • [13:44] - View the results of automated tests
  • [17:14] - Scaffolding build pipelines with Yo Team


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