Category Archives: Tips&Tricks

Kotlin Configuration Scripts: Working with Configuration Scripts

This is part two of the five-part series on working with Kotlin to create Configuration Scripts for TeamCity. An Introduction to Configuration Scripts Working with Configuration Scripts Creating Configuration Scripts dynamically Extending the TeamCity DSL Testing Configuration Scripts In the first part … Continue reading

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Kotlin Configuration Scripts: An Introduction

This is a five part series on working with Kotlin to create Configuration Scripts for TeamCity. An Introduction to Configuration Scripts Working with Configuration Scripts Creating Configuration Scripts dynamically Extending the TeamCity DSL Testing Configuration Scripts With TeamCity 10, we brought the ability … Continue reading

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Build, test and deploy .NET Core projects with TeamCity

The .NET Core development platform is the next wave of .NET ecosystem evolution which brings cross-platform targets for your existing or new products. Microsoft ships .NET Core SDK packages with a runtime for supported platforms and command line tools (.NET … Continue reading

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TeamCity 10 GitHub-Related Improvements

Configuring TeamCity to use GitHub as the source code repository has always been easy, especially since the feature ‘create from URL‘ was first introduced. TeamCity 10 has brought a number of improvements related to integration with GitHub, which are worth a special … Continue reading

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Installing GitHub Webhooks from TeamCity

Greetings, everyone! Since TeamCity 10.0 it has become possible to use commit hooks with a TeamCity server. Now, when a VCS change is detected via a commit hook, TeamCity automatically increases the VCS repository polling interval, reducing the load on … Continue reading

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Ten Years After: Welcome TeamCity 10!

Greetings, everyone! Our team is excited to announce the arrival of TeamCity 10.0, the jubilee version of our continuous integration and deployment server! The number ten is regarded as the most perfect of numbers, as it contains the life and … Continue reading

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TeamCity 10 EAP 2 is out today

Greetings, everyone! We are proud to announce that TeamCity 10.0 EAP 2 build 41463 has just been released! One of the most exciting features of this EAP is the ability to create TeamCity projects and build configurations programmatically: using DSL based on … Continue reading

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TeamCity 9.1.7 Update

Greetings, everyone! It’s been a while since our latest update, so today we are announcing TeamCity 9.1.7. Build 37573 is a bugfix release addressing over 90 issues, see the full list in our Release notes. As usual, TeamCity 9.1.7 Build … Continue reading

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TeamCity brings Azure Resource Manager support

Microsoft has recently introduced a new way to deploy cloud resources, so currently there exist two Azure deployment models supported by TeamCity as two separate plugins. The earlier Azure deployment model is in the feature freeze state and is now … Continue reading

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TeamCity Take on Build Pipelines

Although it is possible to setup  build pipelines in TeamCity, you will not find the term “build pipeline” in the TeamCity web interface or even in our documentation. The reason is that we have our own term: “build chain“, which … Continue reading

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