• Using Azure DevOps to build and deploy a Docker image to Azure by George Kosmidis
• Azure Static Web App with Blazor by Ralf Richter
Using Azure DevOps to build and deploy a Docker image to Azure
In this session we will see how to use Azure DevOps to build and then publish a docker image as an Azure App Service, using Azure Container Registry.
We will first create a new ASP.NET Core Web App, take a look at the Dockerfile that Visual Studio adds and learn how to change it to fit our needs.
We will then create and configure a new Azure Container Registry, and quickly go through some basic settings.
As a next step we will create a new Azure DevOps project, push our solution to Azure DevOps Repos and configure Azure Pipelines to build and push our image to the newy created Azure Container Registry.
At the end we will create a new Web App and configure Continuous Delivery to pull containers from the Azure Container Registry.
Azure Static Web App with Blazor
Let’s dive into Azure Static Web App and figure out:
• what it is
• how it can be useful
• what’s new
• a bit about Blazor
and for sure – let’s get our fingers on Code:
• what does the tooling look like
• deploy an Azure Static Web App
• extend the Web App with real data
As take away you will have understand and be able to use Azure Static Web Apps, gain insights i experienced by the work with AZ Static Web Apps and what i like about Blazor and why it’s not a Javasrcipt Killer.
• 17:45 Virtual doors open
• 18:00 Welcome note and introduction
• 18:05 Azure DevOps by George
• 18:40 Azure Static Web App with Blazor by Ralf
• 19:15 Discussion / Q&A
• 19:30 End of event!
Join us: https://youtu.be/CUs4olixRaE