Azure Static Web Apps publishes a website by building an app from a code repository.
In this quick-start, you deploy an application to Azure Static Web apps using Azure DevOps.
- Active Azure account: If you don’t have one, you can create an account for free.
- Azure DevOps project: If you don’t have one, you can create a project for free.
- Azure DevOps includes Azure Pipelines. If you need help getting started with Azure Pipelines, see Create your first pipeline.
- The Static Web App Pipeline Task currently only works on Linux machines. When running the pipeline mentioned below, please ensure it is running on a Linux VM.
Create a static web app in an Azure DevOps
Access Azure DevOps - https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/details/devops/azure-devops-services/
On the right-hand side, under Basic Plan, click the Start Free button.
Create your Azure DevOps organization. Click the Continue button.
A progress indicator will appear and show that your DevOps organization is being created.
Now, provide a name to your DevOps project, then click the Create project button.
Your project will be created, and you will see the home landing page on Azure DevOps and your respective project.