Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Playing with the TFS API via LINQPad (as in using LINQPad to query TFS via the TFS API)

Tarun Arora - TFS API: Using LINQpad to query TFS

"Download Demo - LINQpad Query

In this blog post I’ll be showing you how to query TFS using LINQpad.

1. Download LINQpad

Those who are familiar with LINQpad know its benefits and ease of use, i would urge others to try it. You can download LINQpad and read more about it from here => http://www.linqpad.net/

2. Download TFS SDK

I have a blog post on where and how to download the TFS SDK from => here

3. Querying TFS using LINQpad

  • Open LINQpad



Funny the things you never think of using. Like I never even thought of using LINQPad to play with the TFS API...

(via Alvin Ashcraft's Morning Dew - Dew Drop – September 13, 2011)


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