Building and Deploying your first Azure Static Web App with Angular and Azure Function

 
English Intermediate Developer

Azure Static Web Apps is one of Azure new services it allows you to automatically build and deploys full-stack web apps to Azure from a code repository. In this session, We will explore some of the built-in features of Azure Static Web Apps and I will show you how to build your first Azure Static Web Application using Angular as your frontend framework and Azure Function for your Backend API and Deploy it on Azure DevOps.

Speaker

Jez Reel Maghuyop

Technical Advisor @Kongsberg Digital | Community Lead @Angular Philippines | Volunteer Director @Algo Filipino | Conference Speaker | Mentor

A Fullstack developer with many years of experience building web applications using the latest technologies, Passionate about learning new technology, and loves sharing knowledge. One of the Co-founders of Angular Philippines which is a non-profit tech organization based in the Philippines that organizes community meetups, seminars, and workshops to introduce Angular and help developers with their challenges with the framework.

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