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Agile’s “Wiki” Extension - Microsoft’s New Acquisition

On February 8th, 2017, Microsoft declared its acquisition with  Agile’s “ Wiki” extension for the cloud service previously known as Visual Studio Online.Originally this extension is not issued by “Agile Extension” instead it is published by “Microsoft DevLabs”, trouble .a different publisher. Michael Seidel along with partners are running the company “Agile Extension “, which was founded last year.This acquisition will not impact the user and there is no worry factor.You can use it without any trouble. For the Team Services, this is the result of a long-term plan to offer an internal Wiki experience to the users.The current action  Would make the people not to install the extension from MarketPlace “To achieve this we will leverage the existing extension as a starting point, and deprecate the Marketplace listing once we’re ready to release our built-in solution. Acquiring the extension is our first step”, as written by Joseph Bourne in the official blog of Microsoft Microsoft is planning to provide a solution to drift existing content into it as soon as it becomes available. The Users have indicated Microsoft that a built-in tool should include a way to easily customize Homepage that teams can author, to reduce the navigation and browsing pain.
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Agile’s “Wiki” Extension - Microsoft’s New Acquisition

Geneva Clark
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09th Feb, 2017
Agile’s “Wiki” Extension - Microsoft’s New Acquisition

On February 8th, 2017, Microsoft declared its acquisition with  Agile’s “ Wiki” extension for the cloud service previously known as Visual Studio Online.Originally this extension is not issued by “Agile Extension” instead it is published by “Microsoft DevLabs”, trouble .a different publisher.

Michael Seidel along with partners are running the company “Agile Extension “, which was founded last year.This acquisition will not impact the user and there is no worry factor.You can use it without any trouble.

For the Team Services, this is the result of a long-term plan to offer an internal Wiki experience to the users.The current action  Would make the people not to install the extension from MarketPlace

“To achieve this we will leverage the existing extension as a starting point, and deprecate the Marketplace listing once we’re ready to release our built-in solution. Acquiring the extension is our first step”, as written by Joseph Bourne in the official blog of Microsoft

Microsoft is planning to provide a solution to drift existing content into it as soon as it becomes available. The Users have indicated Microsoft that a built-in tool should include a way to easily customize Homepage that teams can author, to reduce the navigation and browsing pain.

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Geneva specializes in back-end web development and has always been fascinated by the dynamic part of the web. Talk to her about modern web applications and she and loves to nerd out on all things Ruby on Rails.

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