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Azure DevOps CI/CD for Windows Desktop Apps – Part 5

YAML And Lessons Learned This is the last part of the series. Let’s take a look at a couple of lessons I’ve learned and what we can do to further improve the whole thing. There are more parts available:Azure DevOps CI/CD for Windows Desktop Apps – Part 1Azure DevOps CI/CD for Windows Desktop Apps – … Continue reading Azure DevOps CI/CD for Windows Desktop Apps – Part 5

Azure DevOps CI/CD for Windows Desktop Apps – Part 4

The Release Pipeline To create a release pipeline, you need to specify one or more artifacts you want to use (the output of the previous “build pipeline”), then you setup your “stages” where each stage has again a set of tasks. There are more parts available:Azure DevOps CI/CD for Windows Desktop Apps – Part 1Azure … Continue reading Azure DevOps CI/CD for Windows Desktop Apps – Part 4

Azure DevOps CI/CD for Windows Desktop Apps – Part 3

Kicking off the Release Pipeline When you configure a release pipeline (which we discuss in Part 4), we need to have a “trigger” which lets us know when we actually want to start the release pipeline. There are many ways to handle this. In my particular scenario we are going to use the #PUBLISH tag … Continue reading Azure DevOps CI/CD for Windows Desktop Apps – Part 3

Azure DevOps CI/CD for Windows Desktop Apps – Part 2

Controlling the Build Pipeline As stated in the “My Goal” section of my previous post, I want to start a build only when a commit message has some predefined tag or identifier. This is useful if you want to make sure that only the solution/projects you are interested in are built in a larger “mono-repo”. … Continue reading Azure DevOps CI/CD for Windows Desktop Apps – Part 2

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