You'll need to follow the steps below in order to get started:
1) Install npm for Windows if you haven't already
2) Once npm is successfully installed and available in your PATH, execute the following command to install the TFX command line package: "install -g tfx-cli"
4) After you finish answering the questions asked by the program, you'll have a template folder for your custom build task that you can bundle up with tfx and publish to VSO.
Monday, October 10, 2016
Friday, October 07, 2016
As it turns out, WebJobs retrieve their connectionStrings and appSettings from the Azure app service blade settings, same as the web application in which they're running! You can just use the built-in "connectionstrings" and "appsettings" resources underneath a Web Application in your Resource group template to populate these values for the WebJobs right from your template. This is particularly useful for things like WebJobs dashboard and storage connection strings. Microsoft could really have done a better job of advertising this fact.