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Azure DevOps is an advanced tool by Microsoft that provides version control, requirements management, automated builds, testing and release management capabilities.

To use Azure DevOps with your Experitest, follow the steps below:

1. Fork Git Repository

Choose any of our git repositories and fork them. 

Each git repository contains the .azure-pipelines.yml file that specifies build properties and build steps.

To learn more about configuring your azure pipeline .yml file, visit azure documentation.

2. Authorize GitHub in Azure DevOps

In your Azure → GitHub connections → Connect your GitHub account.

3. Create your pipleline

You can simply click on "Pipelines" and  create your pipeline.

Select your code repository from the options displayed on the screen.

Select the relevant project from the project list.

Choose your project's repository 

Review your .yml file and add any required tasks. You can click on "Variables" in order to add environment variables ()

4. Set Access Key of Experitest Cloud platform as an Environment Variable

Go to Pipelines and under Library click on "Add" and set your access key and cloud URL as environment variable:

You can access these parameters from your code environment.

5. Trigger Build

After setting up your project: go to Pipelines, and select your pipeline.  In the next screen click Run PipelineAs your repository already contains the .azure-pipelines.yml file,Azure DevOps will know how to trigger the build.

We recommend referencing Azure DevOps documentation to learn more about Azure DevOps abilities.

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