In this recipe, we take a look at how to host the application we have written so far on cloud services, such as on Windows Azure and AppHarbor. Both of these have PaaS solutions for running ASP.NET applications on their cloud infrastructure. In both cases, the application we've written so far is capable of running except for two things mentioned as follows:
web.config. Hardcoding, as I have done so far, is a really bad idea, so moving the connection string to the
web.configfile is good anyway.
As always, we build on the code from the previous recipe, so ...