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Manual intervention Azure Devops yaml

 Sometimes it can be pretty daunting, trying to get the correct manual intervention step correct.  Here is a an example that will create a stage in the environment and then you can start to add "Approval" and checks.  stages :  -  stage  :  ${{parameters.stageName}}      dependsOn :  ${{parameters.stageDependency}}    jobs :   -  deployment :  'qadeployment'      displayName :  'QA Deployment'        environment :  'OnlineShopping.UI.QA'   

OAuth 2.0 Terms and definitions

  I think this resource link provide a good explanation of some of OAuth 2.0 terms used for example, what distinguishing between acess_token vs refresh_token.

cypress install package.json version

  If you having cypress versioning issues - i.e, you have a global cypress version 5.4 but your project uses cypress 4.9, you can uninstall global version using  npm uninstall cypress -g  Then make sure you're in your project source directory, then install using the following command :- npx cypress install 

azure devops multiple custom condition in yaml

  In case you run into a situation whereby you need to specify multiple condition in your task / job, you can try the following command :- condition :  and( succeeded(), or(eq(variables[' Build.Reason'], 'PullRequest') ,  eq(variables['Build. SourceBranch'], 'refs/heads/ master')))

git log to see only changes in your branch

  If you want to see only changes in your current git branch, use the following command :- git log master.. Otherwise, to specify your target branch git log master..<your branch name>

Setting up containerized azure pipeline agents into Azure Devops

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 This is a tutorial for setting up build agents in Azure Devops. Lets say you would like to add more build agents, there's a couple of ways to do it. You can add vm scale set or you can use docker.  This tutorial is about using microsoft pipeline agent image to add an agent to your Azure Devops pipeline build process.  The setup is pretty easy, all you need is to generate your PAT token. You need to have AGENT READ-WRITE SCOPE.  Run docker command  sudo docker run \   -e VSTS_ACCOUNT=cdiwi \   -e VSTS_TOKEN=YOUR_PAT_TOKEN_WITH_AGENT_READWRITE \   -e VSTS_AGENT='jeremydev-agent' \   -e VSTS_WORK='/var/vsts/$VSTS_AGENT' \   -it mcr.microsoft.com/azure-pipelines/vsts-agent Once you have your container running you should see the following outputs:-  And if you go back to your Azure Devops pipeline and start looking for the agent name 'jeremydev-agent', you should be able to see something similar below :-

git command of the day - allow-unrelated-histories

This is a pretty handy command to blog about :) git pull origin master --allow-unrelated-histories

Setting up jest for your node app that uses typescript :)

Here you go, proper instruction for setting up jest for your node app that uses typescript :) https://basarat.gitbook.io/typescript/intro-1/jest