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Building Web Apps in Azure Using Bottle

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Building Web Apps in Azure Using Bottle

This quick tutorial will run you through the process of using Bottle to make apps in Azure.

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In this blog, I will demonstrate how quickly we can build a Web app in Azure using Bottle. If you are new to Bottle, here is the definition from the website: 

Bottle is a fast, simple and lightweight WSGI micro web-framework for Python. It is distributed as a single file module and has no dependencies other than the Python Standard Library.

  • Routing: Requests to function-call mapping with support for clean and dynamic URLs.
  • Templates: Fast and pythonic built-in template engine and support for Mako, Jinja2, and Cheetah templates.
  • Utilities: Convenient access to form data, file uploads, cookies, headers, and other HTTP-related metadata.
  • Server: Built-in HTTP development server and support for Paste, Fapws3, Bjoern, Gae, CherryPy, or any other WSGI-capable HTTP server.

Let's Get Started

Follow these steps:

Step 1

Go here and log in with your Azure credentials.

Step 2

Now, on the home screen of the Azure management portal, select New -> Compute ->Web App ->From Gallery. 


Step 3

Now find the Web Apps from the gallery that are shown below. Scroll down and find Bottle and click the Next arrow icon.


Step 4

Now configure your web app as shown below by giving the URL and Webscale in the site settings option.


Step 5

The Azure management portal takes some time to do its thing, and then the link is available in the management portal.

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azure ,bottle ,wsgi ,web app

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