Displays the active status of build definitions from Team Foundation Server 2013, 2012, 2010 or 2008.
Team Build Screen was originally created by Jim Liddell
. The project has received many excellent
and is always happy to see more. If you are interested in helping please contact
- Supports Visual Studio Online, TFS 2013 and TFS 2012.
- Supports TFS 2010 and TFS 2008 (tested in 1.3.1, untested in 2.0 due to lack of available test environments. If you can test 2.0 against TFS 2010/2008 please report any issues)
- Basic support for Jenkins (source only - no installer)
- Communicates the status of the build in real-time
- Implemented as a desktop application and a screen saver
- Supports multiple build definitions
- Supports multiple team projects
- Information displayed includes:
- Team project name
- Build definition name
- Build status
- Requested by
- Started on
- Completed on
- Test results
- Code coverage
- Build queued icon
- Older builds appear faded
The current recommended release is
Team Build Screen 2.0
. This release introduces official support for Visual Studio Online, TFS 2013 and TFS 2012.
The project is not being actively maintained, but contributions are welcome.
Screenshot - Desktop Application
The controls to access the settings only appear with mouse movement. After a short delay they are hidden.
Screenshot - Desktop Application Full Screen or Screen Saver
When running the desktop application in full screen, moving the mouse reveals controls to access the settings or minimise/restore/close the window. After a short delay they are hidden.
To install and run Team Build Screen 2013 you must have the following installed:
To install and run Team Build Screen 2012 you must have the following installed:
To install and run Team Build Screen 2010 you must have the following installed:
To install and run Team Build Screen 2008 you must have the following installed: