Angular CI/CD with Azure Devops to Azure App Service



In this video I show you how to create, build, and deploy your Angular app to Azure App Service using Azure Devops.

Update Video:

Watch the setup video here:

History Mode Routing:
https://youtu.be/VQZD5e–seA

Azure Devops:
http://dev.azure.com

Angular CLI:
https://angular.io/guide/quickstart

Related Posts
Cboard: A Progressive Web App for Everyone : Build 2018

Communication is crucial in our world, but it can be challenge for people living with autism, cerebral palsy, and other Read more

Tutorial – How to Building Your First Apache Cordova App

In Visual Studio 2013, the Cordova tools are released as a preview (CTP) version. Cordova tools will be released as Read more

How to debug your Xamarin Apps with the Visual Studio Android Emulator SD

Finding it difficult to debug Android apps on Windows? Good news, it doesn’t have to be! The Visual Studio Android Read more

16 thoughts on “Angular CI/CD with Azure Devops to Azure App Service”

  1. It took two days of increasingly fraught googling to find your excellent tutorial video. Saved our bacon 😉

    I'm thinking of deploying SPAs to static websites on Azure storage but struggling with syntax – any pointers would be very much appreciated.

    Reply
  2. Can someone explain me better why does he use the 'build-prod' script?
    If we have a dev environment too, what would be the difference in the generated files?

    Reply
  3. hello, i tried exactly the way did. it's showing "Hey, Node developers!

    Your app service is up and running.

    Time to take the next step and deploy your code.
    " Please help how can i get the default page of my application. my azure app service is under F1 tier.

    Reply
  4. Angular apps can be deployed to Azure Blob Storage under the Static Website feature. Any ideas how to CD to that Azure feature? I've done it manually, but haven't figured out how to do it via CD.

    Reply

Leave a Comment