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Assuming you read my last post, you should be ready to take your ASP.NET Core project and deploy it to Azure App Services. This post, I'll walk you through the process.
Much of what I will show you can certainly be done with the Azure CLI, but I'm not fancy, so I'll show you in the Azure portal. Hopefully that won't ruin my cool quotient among developers ; )
This will be a three part series:
If you've viewed my new "Designing RESTful Web APIs" course on Pluralsight, you've already encountered my small API that I use as an exammple. While the course is platform agnostic, i'll admit that I built it with ASP.NET Core (2.2).
For this new project, I decided that running in a container would be useful as it's pretty self-contained and should just return to it's initial state when the container is restarted. While I won't be releasing that source, I did learn a lot about debugging in a container that I thought I'd share.
I started this new project and opted into using Docker in the project: