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Learning Angular for .NET Developers by Rajesh Gunasundaram

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Deploying to Microsoft Azure

Azure deployment using its app service is very smooth. When an application is published to Azure, a new virtual machine is created, or it is hosted on an existing virtual machine that runs IIS, with HttpPlatformHandler installed. The deployment process is the same as deploying to IIS on a local server.

A new website has to be created in IIS and the published content has to be uploaded to the server. All this can be done by creating a publish profile in Visual Studio, choosing Microsoft Azure App Service. We may need to log in to an Azure account, choose a subscription, and create a new app in Azure by giving a name. The URL will be yourappname.azurewebsites.net. Under Settings, we need to choose the DNX and click ...

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