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Azure DevOps Go API

This repository contains Go APIs for interacting with and managing Azure DevOps.

Get started

To use the API, establish a connection using a personal access token and the URL to your Azure DevOps organization. Then get a client using the connection and make API calls.

package main

import (

func main() {
	organizationUrl := ""  // todo: replace value with your organization url
	personalAccessToken := "XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"  // todo: replace value with your PAT

	// Create a connection to your organization
	connection := azuredevops.NewPatConnection(organizationUrl, personalAccessToken)

	ctx := context.Background()

	// Create a client to interact with the Core area
	coreClient, err := core.NewClient(ctx, connection)
	if err != nil {

	// Get first page of the list of team projects for your organization
	responseValue, err := coreClient.GetProjects(ctx, core.GetProjectsArgs{})
	if err != nil {

	index := 0
	for responseValue != nil {
		// Log the page of team project names
		for _, teamProjectReference := range (*responseValue).Value {
			log.Printf("Name[%v] = %v", index, *teamProjectReference.Name)

		// if continuationToken has a value, then there is at least one more page of projects to get
		if responseValue.ContinuationToken != "" {
			// Get next page of team projects
			projectArgs := core.GetProjectsArgs{
				ContinuationToken: &responseValue.ContinuationToken,
			responseValue, err = coreClient.GetProjects(ctx, projectArgs)
			if err != nil {
		} else {
			responseValue = nil

API documentation

This Go library provides a thin wrapper around the Azure DevOps REST APIs. See the Azure DevOps REST API reference for details on calling different APIs.


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