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Hosting an ASP.NET Core 3.1 Application With Angular to Azure Storage as a Static Website

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Hosting an ASP.NET Core 3.1 Application With Angular to Azure Storage as a Static Website

In this article, we discuss how to host an ASP.NET Core 3.1 application with Angular to Azure storage as a static website.

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Last month, we had Core 3.0 available for production. SDKs for it are out, including 3.1. When used with Visual Studio 2019, there are ready-to-use templates for Angular Single Page Applications. 

What if you are using this template with static content and need to host it on public a URL? Microsoft Azure Storage does provide you with the feature, "Static Website" to host an application with static content.

In this video, will learn how to host an Angular SPA to Azure storage, for almost free:


Do let me know, commenting below if you have any queries or concerns.

Happy Azure Learning.


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