Category Archives: How-To’s

Load Testing with TeamCity and BlazeMeter

BlazeMeter is a cloud-based load testing platform for web applications, mobile applications and web services. It can be used to simulate heavy loads on a server and analyze performance under different load types. And since there’s a TeamCity plugin for … Continue reading

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TeamCity plugin for Visual Studio

When working with TeamCity and Visual Studio, we can do a lot of things right from within our IDE. We can trigger a remote run, fetch dotCover code coverage information from the server, view changes and builds from a tool … Continue reading

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Continuous Integration for PHP using TeamCity

TeamCity supports your Continuous Integration (CI) process in many technologies like Java and .NET. It’s not because we don’t provide other technologies out-of-the-box that you can not make use of them! In this post, we’ll put TeamCity to the test … Continue reading

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Deployment Automation with Octopus Deploy and TeamCity, Webinar Recording

The recording of our February 12th webinar, Deployment Automation with Octopus Deploy and TeamCity, is now available on JetBrains.tv and YouTube. We would like to thank Paul Stovell for the great session and Paul Stack for helping moderate and answer … Continue reading

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TeamCity Performance Monitor

When working with TeamCity, we get a lot of feedback on our continuous integration process. We can see when compilation started, which unit tests passed and which failed. But how much memory do we consume while compiling our software? What … Continue reading

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Automatically Building Pull Requests from GitHub

Scenario You’re running an OSS project* and someone makes a pull request. You’ve got two choices: Merge and Pray Pull to local branch, build, run tests and merge if all OK What do you do? Well, what is it going … Continue reading

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Deployment Automation with Octopus Deploy and TeamCity, Feb. 12 Webinar

You’re probably familiar with building and testing code in TeamCity, but how do you deploy the built artifacts? How do you promote your deployments between development, test, staging and production environments, while keeping the process reliable, automated and secure? Octopus … Continue reading

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Get Notified about Builds Status in Google Talk

This isn’t a brand new feature, but one might not yet know that besides email, Jabber, rss, IDE and Windows tray notifications, you can configure TeamCity to sent notifications about builds status via Google Talk instead of Jabber. The only … Continue reading

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Overriding Template Settings

It’s quite a typical case when you need to create several more or less similar build configurations in TeamCity, for example, to run builds in different environments, or create a separate build configuration for release builds, etc. Of course, you … Continue reading

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Build Agent API Changes

After our posts about TeamCity’s new multiple build steps (previously called “multiple build runners“) feature and further changes in .NET build runners, I believe that plugin developers might have some questions to be clarified. So today, I’m going to shed … Continue reading

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