Build and deploy your app

Last Update: 3/21/2017

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This is a selection of the growing range of examples we are creating to demonstrate the many ways you can build and deploy a range of application types, code languages, development environments, and target platforms as part of a continuous integration (CI) and continuous deployment (CD) process.

Provision and manage virtual machines

Azure Continuous Delivery preview

Other app types

The above topics show how to accomplish some of the more common scenarios. We build many other kinds of apps too. If you don't see the topic you're looking for, here are some more resources:


Do I need a build agent?

You need at least one agent to run your build. Get an agent.

I can't select a default agent queue and I can't queue my build. How do I fix this?

See queues.

I use Team Foundation Server on-premises and I don't see some of these features. Why not?

Some of these features are available only on Visual Studio Team Services and not yet available on-premises. Some features are available on-premises if you have upgraded to the latest version of TFS.