An Azure Static Web Apps site consists of several services that work together: static web, API functions, authentication and authorization, and routing/redirection. Running them locally can help much with debugging and testing. This is what the new Azure Static Web Apps CLI can do for you.
When adding an API callback to implement GitHub (OAuth) authentication for my Azure Static Web App, I had quite a bit of trouble. I found the reason was that the callback had a query parameter named code. In this article I will describe why it causes problems and how to solve it.
There are hundreds of great Azure Services and there are new services coming all the time. Here you can find a current list of all services. Picking the top services is an almost impossible task, but here I have made a list of services that I think you really should look into.
Is there any easy way manage Azure resources in C# or other .NET language? Yes, there is! The Azure SDK for .NET (Azure Client Libraries) gives you easy access to managing Azure. This article will explain how to use it!
Static Web Apps are becoming increasingly popular because of the advantages: great security, super speed, super scalability, maintainability and low cost. With the Jamstack architecture, great tools are now available for building feature-rich static web apps and hosting them. This blog is an example!
Planetzine is an open source sample application, that show how to build a news web app that uses a globally distributed Azure Cosmos DB SQL API setup. It demonstrates reading from the nearest database location ("local reads"), full-text search and measuring the number of Request Units consumed.
Azure Synapse Serverless SQL Pool is a query service that works with Azure Data Lake. It enables you to access data through standard T-SQL syntax and standard protocols. This makes your data available from a wide range of Business Intelligence tools.
Azure Purview is Microsoft’s unified data governance service that helps you discover and get insight into your available data. It replaces Azure Data Catalog and is now based on Apache Atlas, one of the leading open-source data governance and metadata frameworks.
Elastic pools provide a simple and cost effective solution for running multiple Azure SQL Databases with a fixed budget. The price of an elastic database pool is based only on the total resources allocated for the databases, and is independent of the number of databases it contains.