Chrome Plugin that extends TFS/Visual Studio Team Chat (Online and On-premise)
List of features:
- Popup notifications for messages
- Link to enable notifications for your TFS site will be in the upper-right corner by your username.
- Image embedding (jpg/png) by simply pasting the url
- Animated GIF support (disabled by default)
- Code Syntax Highlighting (using markdown's ``` var i = 0; ``` syntax)
- YouTube embedding
- Changeset referencing (by using ##cxxxx syntax, where xxxx is the changeset number. i.e. ##c1234 will change into a link stating "Changeset 1234" that will take you directly to the changeset info page)
You can configure specific features of the plugin by accessing the options page (File -> Settings -> Extensions -> the "options" link under "TFS Chat Extensions")
Version 0.1.5 7/28/2016:
Integrated patch requests from NikGovorov and aschwab related to issues w/ on-premise support. As I don't have access to an on-premise server, if you run into issues, please report them at: https://github.com/nuts4dotnet/TFSChatExtensions/issues
Version 0.1.4 1/7/2016:
Integrated some bug fixes for on-premise instances.
Version 0.1.3 10/31/2015
Experimental On-premise support
As I don't have an on-premise server to test this on, that's why this is marked as experimental. The plugin will always remain in-line with the cloud-based chat service (with some exceptions), so the plugin is not guaranteed to work with on-premise instances. If it's something I can easily work around, I'll gladly add code to do so. If you find any issues, please report them to the Github issues page: https://github.com/nuts4dotnet/TFSChatExtensions
Capitalization fix for VSO team room
In 1.1.2, I introduced a fix to address variable capitalization changes in recent versions of the TFS Chat Room. With the new experimental on-premise support, I realized that most customers may not be running the latest version with the capitalization changes, so I added backwards compatibility.
In version prior to 1.1.3, you could specify a changeset by using #c1234. As I found out quite a few times, url's like "http://someurl.com/#content" causes the URL to become "http://someurl.com/Changeset ontent". So, to identify changesets now, use ##c1234. Also, the URL's now open up in a new window/tab.
Version 0.1.2 10/29/2015
Integrated capitalization fixes for object names from Mike-999. (Sorry for how long this took...I no longer use TFS Online...so this plugin doesn't get maintained like it should.)
Version 0.1.1 6/18/2014
Removed old code for webkitNotifications, and implemented W3C Notification class. Link to enable notifications for your TFS site will be in the upper-right corner by your username.
Version 0.1.0 6/18/2014