Tutorial: Enable continuous integration (Typescript)
Create a YAML file
Create a YAML file with the configured that your build pipeline will use. This will be custom to your requirements.
The sample here shows a YAML file configured to the Bot Framework Solutions repository. It can be used in any location in the repository without affecting the file’s functionality.
# specific branch build trigger: branches: include: - master - feature/* paths: include: - 'templates/typescript/samples/sample-assistant/*' # By default will disable PR builds pr: none pool: name: Hosted VS2017 steps: - task: NodeTool@0 displayName: 'Use Node 10.x' inputs: versionSpec: 10.x - task: Npm@1 displayName: 'npm install' inputs: workingDir: 'templates/typescript/samples/sample-assistant' verbose: false - task: Npm@1 displayName: 'npm run build' inputs: command: custom workingDir: 'templates/typescript/samples/sample-assistant' verbose: false customCommand: 'run build' - task: Npm@1 displayName: 'npm test - coverage' inputs: command: custom workingDir: 'templates/typescript/samples/sample-assistant' verbose: false customCommand: 'run coverage' - task: PublishTestResults@2 displayName: 'publish test results' inputs: testResultsFiles: 'test-results.xml' searchFolder: 'templates/typescript/samples/sample-assistant' failTaskOnFailedTests: true - task: PublishCodeCoverageResults@1 displayName: 'publish code coverage' inputs: codeCoverageTool: Cobertura summaryFileLocation: 'templates/typescript/samples/sample-assistant/coverage/cobertura-coverage.xml' reportDirectory: 'templates/typescript/samples/sample-assistant/coverage/'
By default the build pipelines automatically triggers a build on each new pull request. This can be changed to run against the master branch with the following change:
- pr: none + pr: + - master