Designed to speed up the start of new projects by development teams, Stack Board has a template-based process for creating repositories in Azure DevOps.
It is possible to define several source code models, thus delivering architecture standards and software best practices.
Creating repositories based on templates.
Creating Build and Release pipelines (Coming soon).
Technology Radar (Coming soon).
Name of template. e.g. ASP.NET Core Api Service
Description of the template. e.g. Microservice Template for ASP.NET Core
Repository with source code that will serve as the basis for projects ASP.NET Core
Name of the branch the source code will be saved to. e.g. develop, main
The keyword that will be changed when creating the project, such as solution name, namespaces, etc.
Tags of technology, such as C#, API, SQLServer
If the source of the base repository is private, it must have its credentials for the git clone
*Even for repositories within Azure DevOps itself, the "Requires authentication" field is mandatory to perform the process.
Create new project
Template previously created in the settings screen
Project name and word that will be used to replace files and contents
Name of the repository that will be created in Azure DevOps
For the process of creating a project, we use Azure Pipelines to perform tasks with git commands, so the permission of the user "Build Service" in each Team Project must have the following options to Allow.
Licensed under the MIT license. More information can be found by viewing the license here.