Running an effective release pipeline helps to simplify releases. Learn how to check-in, fire off a CD build, and file off the build release.
- [Instructor] All right, so I'm back in Visual Studio…and I want to make a change,…so I can check it in,…fire off our continuous delivery build,…and then fire off our release.…So what I'm going to do is I'm going back…into the MeercuryHealth.Infrastructure project…that we've been working in and I'm going to expand it,…and I'm going to go to the MercuryHealth.json feel this time,…and I'm going to make a change to, in here it's line 9,…I'm going to take out this line.…And I'm going to just Backspace over it and remove it.…
That causes the change I need.…They were telling me that I don't need…that defaultValue in there anymore,…so we'll remove it and we'll make the change.…I'll go up to the toolbar and save it.…I'll go down to the tab for Team Explorer…and go up to our Changes window.…You'll notice I have a couple of changes here,…so we're going to enter a commit message…and we're going to push this into the version control system…and once it gets pushed into the system, okay.…We're going to go back over to Visual Studio…
- What's DevOps?
- Version control Git
- Using TFVC
- Creating the continuous integration build in Git and TFVC
- Continuous delivery
- Creating and running a release management pipeline
- Continuous testing
- Implementing Application Insights
- Reading Application Insights data