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Mastering Cloud Development using Microsoft Azure by Marco Parenzan, Roberto Freato

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Publishing your application into Azure web apps

Now, it's time to publish WebFrontEnd to Azure, and we need to perform three steps:

  1. Put the project in a source code repository.
  2. Create a web application.
  3. Establish a process of continuous integration.

We use Visual Studio Team Services as the source code repository. In Visual Studio 2015, right-click on the Solution Root Tree Node on its panel and then select Add Solution to Source Control. A dialog similar to the one shown as follows will open:

Publishing your application into Azure web apps

You can select the type of repository for the project code:

Team Foundation Version Control: Use this option if your team is always working connected, in the same ...

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