Displet

Displet + Visual Studio Team Services Integrations

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Displet
New Showing Request

Occurs when a user clicks "Request Showing/Info" from a property details page

Visual Studio Team Services
Send Team Room Message

Post a new message to a team room.

Displet
New User Registration

Occurs when a new user registers using the built-in lead capture light window

Visual Studio Team Services
Trigger Build

Queues a new build.

Visual Studio Team Services
New Code Check-In

Triggers when code is checked into Team Foundation version control.

Visual Studio Team Services
Add Link to Work Item

Add a link to a work item.

Visual Studio Team Services
New Work Item

Triggers when a work item is created.

Visual Studio Team Services
Create Work Item

Create a new work item

Visual Studio Team Services
New Build

Triggers when a build completes.

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RETS/IDX plugin with built-in lead capture that inserts real estate listings, statistics, maps, and quick searches into Wordpress pages & widget-ready sidebars.

Visual Studio Team Services is where teams manage, develop, and deliver software in the cloud. Visual Studio Team Services provides free, private Git project hosting for up to 5 users, project and test management tools, build and CI, and team collaboration. Connect using the development tools of your choice, including Visual Studio, Eclipse, Xcode, and more.

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