Configuring a development environment, including a version control repository and build environment, can be complicated and time consuming. Using Visual Studio Online, you can go from zero to online in just 40 minutes! Developers will love just how quick and easy getting started really is. In this demo-heavy session, we start from scratch and quickly build up a solution using Microsoft Visual Studio, Team Foundation Server, and Microsoft Azure. We'll store our code in an enterprise-class repository, configure both automated build and automated release and have our new application running on Microsoft Azure all during this session. Some of the objectives I have for this session include; a) Showing the audience how you can go from zero to online business in 40 minutes or less b) Use Visual Studio Online to store our source code c) Configure an automated build and automated release to Microsoft Azure
Watch the Windows 10 Developer Readiness – Powered by MVPs global webcast series to learn how to build an app or bring an existing App to the *NEW* Universal Windows Platform!
This webcast is part of a global series provided by the MVP Award Program for developers. Our goal is to bring you the latest opportunities in developing for the Windows Platform, and to bring you closer to the Microsoft MVPs from your region.
By joining this webcast you will be able to learn about the *NEW* Universal Windows Platform for apps and web developers.
Corey will walk through many of the ways to build applications using Virtual Machines on Azure. He will talk about building apps using Dev/Test lab and VSTS. He will also cover deploying apps on the newly released VM Scale Sets and Azure Container Service. He will walk through some of the latest support for Linux and Cloud Foundry on Azure and deploying full packaged products in easy ways.
This session will be your opportunity to do a live Q&A with the Visual Studio product team that works on TACO (the Tools for Apache Cordova) and special guests from the Cordova community.
Ryan J. Salva, lead program manager for TACO and a Cordova contributor
Jordan Matthiesen, a program manager on the TACO team
Raymond Camden, Cordova contributor and member of the IBM MobileFirst team
Carlos Sanata, Cordova contributor and member of the IBM MobileFirst team