I wanted to know my Sprint capacity programmatically as I need to find the average sprint capacity and the area where my team is spending time, whether it is Development or Testing, etc. Unfortunately, there is no option to see that in the Azure DevOps, but luckily there are APIs we can get this information.
Here in this post, we are going to see how we can create a multi-stage pipeline, for our Asp.Net core and Angular application, with a task to deploy it to the Azure App Service.
Create and connect our Teams application with Vuejs, a new Azure Web App, Create Build and Release pipeline for our Vuejs application and then install Tab App.
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