Tag Archives: Features

Continuous Delivery to IIS or Windows Azure Web Sites

Deploying ASP.NET applications can be done in a multitude of ways. Some build the application on a workstation and then xcopy it over to the target server. Some use a build server, download the artifacts, change the configuration files and … Continue reading

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User Interface Tips and Tricks

When working with software daily, every once in a while you discover some little hidden gems that make the experience more user-friendly and/or more fun. In this post we’ll explore some of the lesser-known features available in TeamCity UI that … Continue reading

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The Power of Meta-Runner – Custom runners with ease

TeamCity comes with a series of Runners out of the box which offer support for different functionalities such as MSBuild, Ant, Code Inspections, Gradle support, etc. In addition to these, there are a variety of runners that are supported via … Continue reading

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First-class PHP Continuous Integration using TeamCity

A while ago we blogged about using TeamCity to do Continuous Integration for PHP. TeamCity developers never seem to sleep: with TeamCity 8 a new feature called meta-runners was introduced. Meta runners allow us to reuse build steps by representing … 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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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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Now we see dead code too!

“I see dead code” – .NET developers all over the world know this slogan due to incredible code analysis feature provided by JetBrains ReSharper. One of the most wanted TeamCity features was to have .NET inspections results right on build server. Starting with … Continue reading

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Fail build on specific log message

Previously described Fail build on metric change feature is not the only new way of controlling build status and detecting build failures. In TeamCity 7.0 we introduce one more useful feature that allows to mark build as failed, in case when … Continue reading

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Changing .NET properties

As we promised, we continue the configuration parameters story started in the previous post. Today, I’d like to tell you about .NET related properties. TeamCity .NET plugins provide a bunch of predefined properties indicating that .NET Framework/SDK/Visual Studio/Mono are detected … Continue reading

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TeamCity Visual Studio add-in feat. JetBrains ReSharper

In the latest TeamCity 6.0 EAP we’ve added new feature to Visual Studio add-in. Now it is tightly integrated with another popular JetBrains product – ReSharper! So if you have both ReSharper 5.0 (or later) and TeamCity add-in installed, you … Continue reading

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