A collection of 6 posts
Accessing Azure DevOps APIs with large volumes of data
Most REST APIs exposed by Azure DevOps are limited in the amount of data they will return. You can choose to override the default number by passing a $top=### query string parameter. Azure DevOps will try to honor this request, but I've seen it refuse and return a lower number anyway.
Access all available build variables from your VSTS Build task
> This StackOverflow answer covers the options in the Node and PowerShell3 handlers [https://stackoverflow.com/a/55610724/736079]. NOTE: This cmdlet works with the Powershell host that shipped with TFS 2015 RTM and which will be replaced with a new task runner. Whether this functionality will remain, is uncertain [https:
Updating your Team Foundation Service Uri to the new tfs.visualstudio.com
Microsoft has decided that the Team Foundation Service (I'll start calling it TFSvc for short) has had enough testing and that it is now live and out of preview [http://blogs.msdn.com/b/bharry/archive/2012/10/31/team-foundation-service-rtm.aspx] . They've also put it under a new domain name,