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Azure Static Web Apps

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Overview

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  • Module 1: Publish an Angular, React, Svelte, or Vue JavaScript app with Azure Static Web Apps. Use Visual Studio Code to create and run the web app locally.
  • In this module, you will:

    • Choose an existing web app project with either Angular, React, Svelte or Vue
    • Run the application locally
    • Publish the app to Azure Static Web Apps
  • Module 2: Publish an Angular, React, Svelte, or Vue JavaScript app and API with Azure Static Web Apps and Azure Functions. Deploy your code from GitHub to a staging site using preview URLs.
  • In this module, you will:

    • Choose an existing web app project with either Angular, React, Svelte or Vue
    • Create an API for the app with Azure Functions
    • Run the application locally
    • Publish the app to Azure Static Web Apps
    • Publish the app and its API to Azure Static Web Apps to a staging site
  • Module 3: Publish an Angular, React, Svelte, or Vue JavaScript app with API and authentication using Azure Static Web Apps and Azure Functions. Deploy your code from GitHub to a staging site using preview URLs.
  • In this module, you will:

    • Choose an existing web app project with either Angular, React, Svelte or Vue
    • Publish the app and its API to Azure Static Web Apps
    • Integrate user authentication in an existing web app
    • Block unauthenticated users and allow only specific authentication providers
  • Module 4: Publish a Blazor WebAssembly app and .NET API with Azure Static Web Apps
  • In this module, you will:

    • Clone and run an existing Blazor web app locally
    • Create an API for the app with Azure Functions
    • Publish the app and its API to Azure Static Web Apps
  • Module 5: Use Gatsby and React to develop a static web app, then deploy it to the web with Azure Static Web Apps.
  • In this module, you will:

    • Use Gatsby to create a static web app
    • Add data to a page in the app with a GraphQL query
    • Deploy your app to the web with Azure Static Web Apps

Syllabus

  • Module 1: Publish an Angular, React, Svelte, or Vue JavaScript app with Azure Static Web Apps
    • Introduction
    • Exercise - Get started
    • Plan your Azure Static Web App
    • Exercise - Create an Azure Static Web App
    • Summary
  • Module 2: Publish an API to Azure Static Web Apps
    • Introduction
    • Exercise - Get started
    • Build an API with Azure Functions
    • Exercise - Create an Azure Functions project
    • Publish the API with GitHub Actions
    • Exercise - Publish the API with GitHub Actions
    • Knowledge check
    • Summary
  • Module 3: Authenticate users with Azure Static Web Apps
    • Introduction
    • Exercise - Get started
    • Manage authentication in Static Web Apps
    • Exercise - Add user authentication
    • Configure access for providers and roles
    • Exercise - Configure authentication providers and access
    • Summary
  • Module 4: Publish a Blazor WebAssembly app and .NET API with Azure Static Web Apps
    • Introduction
    • Exercise - Get started
    • Plan your Azure Static Web App
    • Exercise - Create an Azure Static Web App
    • Configure fallback routes
    • Exercise - Create your fallback routes
    • Build an API with Azure Functions
    • Exercise - Create an Azure Functions project
    • Publish the API with GitHub Actions
    • Exercise - Publish the API with GitHub Actions
    • Knowledge check
    • Summary
  • Module 5: Create and publish a static web app with Gatsby and Azure Static Web Apps
    • Introduction
    • Create a static app with Gatsby
    • Exercise - Create a static app with Gatsby
    • Add data to your Gatsby app
    • Exercise - Add data to your Gatsby app
    • Build and deploy to Azure Static Web Apps
    • Exercise - Build and deploy to Azure Static Web Apps
    • Knowledge check
    • Summary

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