The Continuous Delivery Tools for Visual Studio extension makes it simple to automate and stay up to date on your DevOps pipeline for ASP.NET and other projects targeting Azure. The tools also allow to improve your code quality and security.
This version of the extension is only available for Visual Studio 2017 RC.3 and above. A previous version of the extension was automatically installed as part of the .NET Core preview workload in RC.2.
The Continuous Delivery Tools for Visual Studio is a Technology Preview DevLabs extension.
Automatically detect secret settings in project source code
NOTE: the analyzer only works on project files opened in Visual Studio. If you close a file, the detected result will disappear.
Heads-up information on Build and Code Analysis Results on Commit
Early remediation of issues in your code is a key way to drive quality and improve your team’s productivity. With the new Build and Code Analysis Results panel, you get a heads-up reminder at commit-time of issues detected by any code analysis tool that puts results in the error list. This means you can take care of those issues before they propagate into your team’s CI/CD process, and commit with confidence.
The panel shows results both for live edit-time analysis (e.g. C#/VB Analyzers) and, via the Refresh Analysis button, for batch-style static analysis (e.g. C43;43; Static Analysis tools). It is supported on Visual Studio 2017 Enterprise. At present it supports code being committed to a Git Repo.
In response to your feedback, the panel now shows issue counts only for files that are changed in the set of files you are committing, so that you can focus only on the issues related to your changes. View Issues will let you see a view of the Error List filtered to just the changed files too.
You can tell us more about what you think about this new feature by filling out a short survey.
Build notifications for any CI run on Visual Studio Team Services
Things move fast when you have an automated DevOps pipeline that ships code to your customers several times a day. However, thanks to new build notifications feature, you can now learn about build issues as soon as they occur without having to switch context away from your development environment.
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