CatLight can monitor TFS builds and show them on the dynamic dashboard. It supports new vNext Team Builds and XAML build definitions from TFS 2015 and 2017.
Each member of your team can have the CatLight app that will run on his computer. He can configure the app to monitor specific builds that are important for him.
When a build status changes, CatLight will change the color of the tray icon and show a notification alert on the desktop.
When a build is broken, CatLight will alert the whole team, and anyone can press the "I will investigate" button on the dashboard. CatLight will then notify the team that somebody is looking at the build.
See separate build history for each Git branch and pull request. You can choose between monitoring all branches or just your own. CatLight will monitor only active branches to keep your dashboard neat and clean.
CatLight will tell you when your gated build is completed and changes are ready to be checked in. You can choose what type of notifications you want to see in the settings.
For long-running builds, CatLight will show an estimated time of build completion in a notification. You can also see it on the dashboard. The estimation is based on the duration of the previous successful build.
CatLight can connect to multiple TFS accounts. You can use a different credentials for each account, if needed. You don't need to tell us your password: by default, CatLight will use your Windows account to connect to Team Foundation Server.
The CatLight app runs on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.