Can I run Azure DevOps pipeline without committing it

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I am planning to experiment building a pipeline using Azure DevOps. One thing that I noticed early on is, after azure-pipelines.yml created, I have to commit this first before being able to run it. But I want to experiment on it which revolves around trial and error. Doing multiple commit just to test things out are not feasible.

In Jenkins I can just define my steps and try to run it without committing the file.
Is this also possible to do in Azure DevOps?
Mar 29 in Azure by Edureka
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Yes, you can do it if you utilise a different code branch. You'll be able to make as many modifications as you need while putting the pipeline together and testing it out without having to commit to the master branch.
answered Mar 30 by Edureka
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