Covers dynamic content via Azure Functions
Contains examples using Visual Studio 2022
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Table of contents (13 chapters)
About this book
This book starts off showing you how to create an environment for deploying your first application. You will create an Azure Static Web App using a Blazor WebAssembly application and adding dynamic content using an Azure function before deploying from GitHub. You will learn to debug your Static Web App locally, both inside of Visual Studio and from the command line using a simple Static Web App CLI command. The book takes a deep dive into the CLI to allow you to emulate all of the features available in the Azure environment. You will learn the authentication and authorizing options with your app and create new blog posts with the post creation function. Included in the book is setting a custom domain and discussion of the options. The book also explores the differences between the free and standard hosting tiers for Static Web Apps.
After reading this book, you will be able to create Azure Static Web Apps using Blazor technology.
What Will You Learn
- Connect with external authentication services from Twitter, Google, Microsoft, GitHub, and more
- Work with the GitHub deployment flow, including using staging environments
- Explore the scaffolded Blazor app
- Understand differences between the pricing tiers and know which to choose
Who This Book Is For
Web developers looking to deploy feature-rich applications to the cloud
- Azure function
- Visual Studio 2022
- Deploying web apps
- Dynamic Web Apps
- static web apps
Authors and Affiliations
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
About the author
Speaker, author and software developer- Stacy has been developing solutions since the mid-1990s in various companies and industries ranging from facilitating contract jobbing to allowing consumers to close a mortgage without the help of a financial adviser – with lots in between.She has a passion for sharing knowledge: using story telling for sharing her experiences to help teams grow in the ways that they develop software and work together, and performing live coding demonstrations to inspire others to try new technologies.
For her effort in the community, Stacy has been awarded the Microsoft MVP for Developer Technologies since 2020.
Book Title: Beginning Azure Static Web Apps
Book Subtitle: Building and Deploying Dynamic Web Applications with Blazor
Authors: Stacy Cashmore
Publisher: Apress Berkeley, CA
Copyright Information: Stacy Cashmore 2022
Softcover ISBN: 978-1-4842-8145-1Published: 29 September 2022
eBook ISBN: 978-1-4842-8146-8Published: 28 September 2022
Edition Number: 1
Number of Pages: XVIII, 290
Number of Illustrations: 162 b/w illustrations
Topics: Microsoft and .NET