Inroducing Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 – Part 3

Hello again My friends, In my last post I was start talking about TFS 2010 deeply and we talked about the product architecture, and know that TFS is a server product which be used through client application.

In this post I will show you some of the client application which can be used to work with TFS, let’s go!

Visual Studio being the premium client at this writing. Using the Team Explorer window in Visual Studio, a developer (or any other team member) can see how the current projects are going, how many bugs are still open, or how many hours of work is still required to get to the next milestone.

The below image show Team Explorer Window in Visual Studio:

The Team Explorer window is the main integration window for working with TFS

In addition to the Visual Studio integration, TFS can also be accessed through a web based interface. Previously, this was a separate product, but today, it is automatically installed and enabled when you install TFS version 2010. With the web interface, you can do many of the same things you could with the integrated Team Explorer client inside Microsoft Visual Studio.

The below image show Team Web access client through web:

Team Foundation Server Web Access provides an easy way to get an insight into a team project.


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