• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

Visual Studio is used to create Microsoft applications. In this course, you'll learn how to get Visual Studio to work with Team Foundation Server (TFS) and how to setup and configure TFS as a source control system for Visual Studio code.

Learning Objectives

Configuring Visual Studio

  • start the course
  • describe how to download and install Visual Studio
  • identify the methods of sharing projects between TFS and Visual Studio
  • configure client connectivity to Team Foundation Server
  • create and manage workspaces

Managing a .NET Code Base

  • define how change control works within Visual Studio
  • add .NET files to source control
  • identify how to get versioned files from TFS
  • describe how to check out and edit files from source control

Using .NET Build Tools

  • describe how to release applications with TFS 2017 Release Management
  • test applications with Visual Studio 2017 and TFS 2017
  • create a build definition within your team project

Practice: Using Visual Studio and TFS

  • use Visual Studio and TFS to build applications

Framework Connections

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