Azure DevOps is a cloud--based platform that let you plan your projects using Agile tools, manage code in git repositories, and deploy using CI/CD systems.
Triggers when a build of the specified organization is marked as completed
Triggers when a code is checked-in under the specified path
Triggers when a new code is pushed to the specified organization
Pull Request Created
Triggers when a new pull request is created in the specified organization
Pull Request Merge Attempted
Triggers when merging of new pull request with existing one is attempted in the specified organization
Pull Request Updated
Triggers when an existing pull request is updated in the specified organization
Triggers when release is abandoned of the specified organization
Triggers when an new release is create for the specified organization
Release Deployment Approval Completed
Triggers when approval of deployment release is completed
Release Deployment Approval Pending
Triggers when release deployment approval of the specified organization is pending
Release Deployment Completed
Triggers when the release deployment of the specified organization is completed
Release Deployment Started
Triggers when the release deployment of the specified organization is started
Work Item Commented On
Triggers when a new comment is added to the specified work item
Work Item Created
Triggers when a new work item is created in the specified organization
Work Item Deleted
Triggers when an existing work item is deleted form the specified organization
Work Item Restored
Triggers when an existing work item is restored
Work Item Updated
Triggers when an existing work item is updated
To use Azure DevOps in your workflow, you will first need to connect it with Built.io Flow.
To do this, drag any Azure DevOps action listed under Azure DevOps Services service on the canvas. In case of configuring Azure DevOps triggers, double-click the Start icon on your canvas and select Azure DevOps service. Then click on the Add New option listed under the Authorize Azure DevOps field in the configuration window. Built.io Flow permission window opens listing the scopes you want to allow. Click ALLOW.
Once you click ALLOW, a window pops up asking you to login to Azure DevOps from your Microsoft account. Enter the username and password an login to your account. If you are already logged-in, then the authorization will be added automatically to Built.io Flow.
Enter this details in the respective fields of the the Add Connection window and click ADD. You can now see the added authorization under the Authorize Azure DevOps field. Once added, this authorization will be available in all Azure DevOps actions and triggers.