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TeamCity and Visual Studio Online Source Control

Many teams are working with Visual Studio Online (VSO), a hosted Team Foundation Server that provides source control and issue tracking as a cloud service. While VSO comes with a build server as well, lots of developers prefer to use TeamCity … Continue reading

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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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TeamCity Torrent Plugin

Today we have some interesting news for you – the Torrent plugin for TeamCity! With this plugin, users and build agents can download TeamCity build artifacts faster, especially in a distributed environment. A bit of the BitTorrent protocol details For … 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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Explaining the Shared Resources plugin

This post describes one of the new features in the upcoming TeamCity 8.0 Using TeamCity, we can easily set up a build farm using a central TeamCity server and several connected build agents. By having multiple build agents, we can … Continue reading

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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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