Where is checkout? — Choosing Between YAML and Classic UI in Azure DevOps Pipelines

 
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Automated builds are key to eliminating integration issues early. Use gated check-ins to ensure your source code repository only contains architecturally verified, buildable, and analyzed code. With the release of Azure DevOps and Azure Pipelines, it's easier than ever to get up and running with a full continuous integration and delivery solution. For simple applications, it's just a few clicks to get up and going. But what about more complicated scenarios? In this session, we'll look at modern CI/CD practices and how to implement them with Azure Pipelines. We'll take a real SPFx Web Part - not just "Hello World" or "To Do", and build out the entire build and deploy pipeline from scratch going from Classic UI to YAML configuration. We'll explore environments, variables, triggers, and much more.

Speaker

Carlos Miguel Silva

BindTuning, Chief Technology Officer

1998, started with a 56 Kbp/s modem using Netscape 6.0. Today, I'm in love with SharePoint and Open Source with a philosophy - "programming is not a job but a lifestyle".

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