It's an extension to Azure DevOps that adds build and release tasks specifially for Unity projects. That way it enables implementation of continuous integration and deployment pipelines for an improved workflow that saves time and money.
The extension is published to the Visual Studio Marketplace and can be installed from there:
Open the extension Unity Tools for Azure DevOps in the marketplace and select
Get it freeto start the installation process.
Select the Azure DevOps organization you want to install the extension to and proceed by selecting
Install. (You may also download the extension if you are using Azure DevOps Server).
The extension is now installed and you are ready to create your first Unity pipeline.
Unity Tools for Azure DevOps supports building Unity projects starting from
2017.2.0f1 up to the
latest release of the Unity editor.
The extension generally supports Microsoft hosted agents as well as custom agents. Some features may not be available when using hosted agents for older Unity versions and platforms that require setting up e.g. specific SDKs on the machine for builds to work. In such cases, we recommend using a custom agent with full control over tools and software installed.
- Standalone Windows
- Standalone macOS
- Standalone Linux
- Universal Windows Platform
Please note that a Unity Plus / Pro seat with at least one available activation is required to build using hosted agents. This is a requirement by Unity not this extension. The agent will activate the seat on build and release it again once done.
- All Unity Platforms supported