In this chapter, we will investigate various Azure Storage options for our game services. In the previous chapter, our service just read data from resource files. That isn't very useful for most services, but it allowed us to focus on understanding Azure Functions without getting into storage complexities. However, Azure provides many storage capabilities. All … Continue reading Lesson 6.1: Introduction to Azure Storage Options
Microsoft Ignite is going to be virtual again this year... March 2-4. The registration for the event is available now! Definitely sign up and watch the sessions online. They will be covering the latest in .NET5, Blazor, and Azure capabilities. And being a virtual event, it's free to sign up and attend!!!
In lesson 5.3, we set up a continuous delivery pipeline for our SimpleRPG game Blazor app. We also need to set up a deployment pipeline for our game services. This pipeline will release the latest game services build to our Azure account and Functions App resource. The specific steps of this deployment script will be … Continue reading Lesson 5.12: Create CD Pipeline for Azure Functions App
Azure has Static Web Apps functionality integrated with Blazor now, but only works with GitHub as the source repository for the preview version. This article has a great description of how to get it working. It appears that the Azure Static Web Apps functionality really streamlines the process for building CI/CD for these types of … Continue reading Azure Static Web Apps with Blazor WebAssembly
Since our game is already a Blazor WebAssembly, we will easily be able to deploy it to multiple cloud hosting platforms. Any service that provides for a static website will also be able to host our game. In this series, we're going to be working with Azure for our web service development, so it makes … Continue reading Lesson 5.2: Setting up Azure Storage Account for Static Website