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Yaml Builds on Azure DevOps

funkysi1701 profile image Simon Foster Originally published at funkysi1701.com on ใƒป1 min read

I have been using Azure DevOps (Or VSTS or VSO etc) for a while now and one of the great features is doing automatic builds with every checkin. This is more commonly know as a CI (continuous integration) build. More recently I have started playing about with creating my build using YAML files instead ofโ€ฆRead more Yaml Builds on Azure DevOps

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Michael Tharrington (he/him)

Hey Simon!

Just wanted to point out that you can share these posts in full here and still get traction back to your own blog by making use of the canonical_url tag in the Front Matter of the MD. If you would, please do share the full posts! These look super helpful. If you don't want to, I can understand that too... these are still great to link out to.

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Mohamad Dbouk

Hello Michael,
Can you explain how to use the canonical_url tag? Do you have a post on that?

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Michael Tharrington (he/him)

Hey Mohamad,

Sure thing!

The canonical_url is placed like so in the Front Matter when creating your post:

If you're using v2 of our editor, you'll actually need to click on the menu in the toolbar here:

...which will present you with the option to add in a canonical:

Hope this helps!

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Mohamad Dbouk

Thank you man!

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Michael Tharrington (he/him)

Not a problem! Glad to help! ๐Ÿ˜€