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Hosting ASP.NET Core Web Application in Microsoft Azure

Create Web App in Visual Studio
  1. Create a project by selecting File > New > Project.
  2. Select Visual C# > Web > ASP.NET Core Web Application.
  3. Name the application {YourWebAppName}. Click OK.

  1. Select the Web Application template whichever you want. Select OK.

  1. Run the web app locally and test it.
 

Publish App to Azure
  1. In Solution Explorer, right-click on the project and select Publish.
  2. On next window select Azure App Service, make sure Create New is selected, and click Publish.


 


Sign in to Azure

If you’re already signed in, select the account containing the desired subscription from the dropdown. Otherwise select Add an account, and sign in to your Azure subscription.

Note: If you don’t have an Azure subscription yet, you’ll need to create a free Azure Subscription to proceed.

 

Configure your Azure Environment

In Web App Name, choose a unique name for your app. The URL of the published app will be

“http://<app_name>.azurewebsites.net”.

  1. Next to Resource Group, click New Name the resource group {YourResourceGroupName} Click OK.
  2. Next to App Service Plan, select New


In the Configure App Service Plan dialog, choose the following values

  • -App Service Plan: Name of the App Service plan (not publicly visible).
  • -Location: The datacenter where the web app is hosted.
  • -Size: Determines cost and hosting features .
  • -You'll never be charged for a Free plan. It won’t use any of your Azure credits.

Click OK.

Click Create to create the new Azure environment and publish the app. When publish completes, Visual Studio will launch the app in your browser. Congratulations, your ASP.NET web app is running live in Azure App Service.

Clean up resources

In the preceding steps, you created Azure resources in a resource group. If you don’t expect to need these resources in the future, you can delete them by deleting the resource group.

  • - Go to the Azure portal From the left menu, select Resource groups.
  • - Select the resource group you created (e.g. ABCResourceGroup).
  • - On the resource group page, make sure that the listed resources are the ones you want to delete.
  • - Select Delete Type the name of the resource group, and then select Delete.

 

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