Why not secure your keys and secrets in your application, if you can do it in a few minutes? If this question make you think at least for a minute, then don’t think more, just do it.
Here in this post, we are going to see how we can create a multi-stage pipeline, for our Asp.Net core and Angular application, with a task to deploy it to the Azure App Service.
Here in this post, we are going to see how you can validate your ARM template. As you might have already known that the ARM template is a JSON file, how difficult is it to validate a JSON file? Things get ugly when you have many resources to work with, there are chances that you miss some important properties, made some syntax issues, most importantly you might have not followed the best practices. So let’s dig in and see how to do this.
[toc] Introduction Working with Azure web app is always fun. I was facing a CORS issue in my WordPress web application recently. Here in this… Read More »Azure CDN with Azure Web App – Access to Font at CDN has been Blocked by CORS Policy
I am showing the image of the titles of my recent 5 blog posts on my GitHub home page automatically. I did it using the Azure Function, Azure is Love, right?
Create and connect our Teams application with Vuejs, a new Azure Web App, Create Build and Release pipeline for our Vuejs application and then install Tab App.