Apps that can be used with as a starting point for some MS Learn Modules.
Official Microsoft Sample
Static Web App
The shopping theme is used throughout the app.
- Familiarity with one of Angular, React, Svelte, or Vue
- Node.js LTS and Git
- GitHub account
- Visual Studio Code
|angular-app||Sample Angular app|
|api-starter||Sample Azure Functions app|
|react-app||Sample React app|
|svelte-app||Sample Svelte app|
|vue-app||Sample Vue app|
- A GitHub account
- Node.js and Git
- Visual Studio Code installed
- The Azure Functions extension installed
- The Azure Functions Core Tools installed
Problems or Suggestions
Azure Static Web Apps
- API support in Azure Static Web Apps
- Add an API to Azure Static Web Apps
- Authentication and authorization
- Review pre-production environments
- Learn how to Refactor Node.js and Express APIs to Serverless APIs with Azure Functions
- Learn about the Azure Functions local.settings.json file
- Learn how to Deploy to Azure Using Azure Functions
- Sign up for a Free Trial of Azure
Visual Studio Code
- Azure Free Trial
- VS Code
- VS Code Extension for Node on Azure
- Azure Functions local.settings.json file
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