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TFS Development: Now in Java

May 16th, 2011
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Team Foundation Server extendibility is a core design feature that provides great capabilities for TFS development. Up until recently Microsoft provided a .NET library only for interacting with TFS. From now on you can also use Java for TFS development, as Team Foundation Server SDK for Java was made available for download.

This is going to enable teams using Team Explorer Everywhere to fully customize their development environment, in or outside Eclipse. ISVs can enhance their TFS add in offerings with this new Java SDK for TFS development. The SDK includes the following features:

    • A redistributable JAR file containing the TFS API. It provides access to version control, work item tracking, and other TFS functionality from the Java-based application.
    • The native code libraries used by the TFS API.
    • Full API documentation in Javadoc format.
    • Code samples: custom check-in policy; custom work item controls; a set of console applications utilizing build and version control capabilities; a series of simple snippets demonstrating aspects of the API; instructions to get TFS developers started with this SDK.

This TFS development SDK for Java is a next step in making TFS an open platform that anyone can use with their favorite development tools. This is yet another proof of TFS being a profound ALM solution for heterogeneous teams.

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