Sneak Peak of JustMock R1 2018 TFS Web Based Builds_870x220

Check out this sneak peek into our first release of JustMock of 2018.

TFS Web-Based Builds

As Microsoft began to strech beyond the .NET/Windows world into the Mac, Linux, etc., the Windows Workflow approach proved not to be the best way for creating builds. With the introduction of TFS 2015 a new simpler, cross-platform pipeline/task model was presented as a new way to define builds – namely Web-Based builds.

It is important to note, that with TFS 2018 the XAML builds are no longer supported. More information is available on this MSDN blog post.

JustMock and Web-Based Builds

I am happy to inform you that with the R1 2018 release, you’ll be able to use the newly introduced JustMock VSTest build task to execute tests that are mocked with JustMock on your build machine.  

tfs builds

Stay tuned for more details on this soon after the official release on Januarty 17th.

For an in-depth review of all the new stuff coming with the release across desktop, web and mobile, join us on the 30th of January for the Telerik R1 2018 Release Webinar.

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Stefan Stefanov

Stefan Stefanov (MCPD) is a Senior Manager, Product Management and Product Marketing at Progress. He has been working with Telerik products since 2010, when he joined the company. Off work he enjoys traveling, hanging out with friends and reading various technology blogs. You can find Stefan on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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