Tips and tricks Inline Powershell task VSTS, let your Task fail the build or release
Maximize how you use your VSTS build and release pipeline with Inline Powershell tasks. In this blog series ‘Tips and Tricks for Inline Powershell’, I will show simple samples on how to get more out of your pipelines. This blog post: Let your task fail. Continue reading “Let your Inline Powershell task fail”
Lately we had a discussion on when to use ConfigureAwait(true) or ConfigureAwait(false) in ASP.NET Core 2. In the end most of the team, including me, had a faulty assumption on how to do this in ASP.NET Core. In this case ASP.NET Core is different from ASP.NET. Good to know if you have to decide on what to use in ASP.NET core.
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Zip and Unzip directories in VSTS builds and releases
The VSTS Directory Zip and Unzip task enables you to zip multiple files and unzip zip files. The task can be installed from the Marketplace.
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Run PowerShell in a VSTS pipeline from a textbox
The Inline PowerShell VSTS task enables you to execute PowerShell from a textbox within your build or release pipeline. You can run a PowerShell script on you agent or on Azure. The task can be installed from the Marketplace.
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