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TeamCity 2017.2 significantly ramps up Docker support. Build Docker images as a separate build step; launch Docker Compose services as the build starts, and shut them down when the build is finished; run build steps within a specified Docker container.
TeamCity 2017.2 extends its support for the .NET CLI toolchain to building .NET Core projects. The highly popular .NET CLI plugin has been bundled and now provides the simulated behavior of the dotnet command out of the box.
In 2017.2, we give you ONE HUNDRED free build configurations in the Professional version!
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Did I mention, that I love @teamcity?
Setting up Continuous Integration with GitHub the easy way.
Thank you for such an incredibly good product which is so easy to use and helps make our development team so productive.
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