1 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Dive into Azure through Microsoft Imagine s free new offer and learn how to develop and deploy to the cloud, at no cost! To take advantage of Microsoft s cloud development platform, you ll need to create a DreamSpark student account and verify your student status, and then install Visual Studio Community 2013 (or a FTP client) to publish your work to Azure. After you ve set up those, you ll need to register a Microsoft Azure account via DreamSpark. Once you ve set up the foundation of your development environment, select how you d like to publish your work we ll walk you through the basic process of getting your project on Azure and seeing it live! There are three main ways of publishing your code to Azure: Publish a Web App to Azure using Visual Studio Enabling Continuous Integration with Azure Web Apps & GitHub Publish a Web App to Azure using FTP
2 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Publish a Web App to Azure using Visual Studio 2 Publish a Web App to Azure using Visual Studio When publishing a Web App (like an ASP.NET project) to Azure, here are the basic steps that we ll cover: 1. Creating the web app 2. Downloading a publish settings file 3. Using the publish settings file to publish the project Step 1: Creating the web app First, log in to your DreamSpark Azure account from the main site, and then open the Azure Portal. Access your account either from the Account or Sign In buttons on the Microsoft Azure site. Access the Azure Portal.
3 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Publish a Web App to Azure using Visual Studio 3 The main Azure Portal, a convenient dashboard for checking your Azure project status. From the main Azure Portal, in the lower right-hand corner, click on NEW to start creating a new web app. After selecting the NEW button, you ll be offered a menu full of different things you can create on Azure, but for now, focus on Web+Mobile, and then from the Web+Mobile menu, choose Web app.
4 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Publish a Web App to Azure using Visual Studio 4 Menus for selecting and creating a new Web app. Once you select Web app, a new menu will open up to the right side. You ll want to enter a URL for your project, and choose to name and create a New AppService Plan. (All you do is type in any name you want to use. You might try your URL plus ASPlan to keep it simple.) Keep the pricing on F1 Free for now, and create a New Resource Group. (Again, just type in any name you want to use, such as your URL plus RG.) Azure will let you know if names are taken, so keep adjusting your naming if it turns out a name you d like is unavailable. Keep the location used for your cloud development on South Central US for now, though in future projects you ll be able to customize this if you d like. Leave the checkbox for Add to Startboard checked, so that it s easier to access this work in the near future. Once everything has been entered to your liking, hit the Create button.
5 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Publish a Web App to Azure using Visual Studio 5 Completing the details for the new Web app. New tile depicting Web app creation in-process. Microsoft Azure will work on setting everything up and initial creation of your Web app, and then the tile will appear on your Startboard once it s ready. Click on your web app s tile to open up the related display, which gives you information about your web app s live performance.
6 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Publish a Web App to Azure using Visual Studio 6 Web app information blade. Step 2: Downloading a publish settings file At the top of this display, you ll want to click on the Get Publish Settings File to get the necessary publish settings for this particular Web app.
7 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Publish a Web App to Azure using Visual Studio 7 Get Publish Settings File button of interest. Now you ll need to save this file to your hard drive, since it s useful when working in Visual Studio (more on this shortly). Save the publish settings file somewhere easily located later on. Now we can head back over to the Web app s blade display and select Browse, which will let us load the app in a browser. Browse to see the app in browser. The default Web app hosting start page will appear, so now we re ready to start working on the main content of the project in Microsoft Visual Studio Community 2013.
8 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Publish a Web App to Azure using Visual Studio 8 Default starting page for Web apps in Microsoft Azure. Step 3: Using the publish settings file to publish the project Open Microsoft Visual Studio Community 2013 and then File > New > Project In Visual Studio Community 2013, start a New Project In the lower part of the New Project window, create a Name, choose a good Location, and overall Solution name for this project. Once those are in order, on the left-hand side, select Templates > Visual C# > Web, select ASP.NET Web Application, and then click OK.
9 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Publish a Web App to Azure using Visual Studio 9 Creating the new Web app project in Visual Studio Community This will open up the New ASP.NET Project window, and from here, select any template we will demonstrate using the MVC (model-view-controller) architecture template. Uncheck Microsoft Azure > Host in the Cloud for now so we can demonstrate another method. Click on OK, and the project will open up in Visual Studio. MVC new ASP.NET project window.
10 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Publish a Web App to Azure using Visual Studio 10 Main view of the new Web app project in Visual Studio. In the Solution Explorer, go to the root node of the project and right-click on it (in our examples this is MyNewAzureWebApp) and then select Publish from the menu. Right-click menu on the root node of the project.
11 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Publish a Web App to Azure using Visual Studio 11 The Publish Web dialog will open up, and under Select a publish target, choose Import. Publish web dialog. Here s where we ll take advantage of the PublishSettings file we downloaded from the Azure Portal. When we Import, we ll enter the location of this file in the dialog, and then click OK. Import Publish Settings dialog browse to wherever you saved the downloaded Azure Portal file. Once that file is imported, the destination settings will appear in the Web Publish dialog.
12 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Publish a Web App to Azure using Visual Studio 12 Imported publish settings are now present in the Publish Web dialog. Now you can click on the Publish button to publish your ASP.NET Web App to Azure. The Azure App Service Activity window will provide status throughout the deployment. Information about deployment activity via the Azure App Service Activity window. After the code is deployed into the Azure cloud platform, the site will open up in your web browser.
13 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Publish a Web App to Azure using Visual Studio 13 Deployed web app visible in-browser.
14 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Enabling Continuous Integration with Azure Web Apps & GitHub 14 Enabling Continuous Integration with Azure Web Apps & GitHub To keep your source code backed up and constantly up-to-date with your latest changes, you can take advantage of the Azure platform s continuous deployment with GitHub. Whenever you commit code to your GitHub repo, that code can be automatically synced up with your Azure Web app, without any extra effort. Here are the basic steps that we ll cover when first setting up continuous integration: 1. Setting up a GitHub repository 2. Creating a new Web app in Azure 3. Setting up continuous integration 4. Updating and committing new code Step 1: Setting up a GitHub repository If you don t currently have a GitHub account, you ll want to set one up and then log into it to follow the rest of this walkthrough. If you have a brand-new account, or one without any repositories, your browser will look like this: Initial screen for new GitHub accounts. On this screen, you ll want to click on the + New Repository button, which will create a new repository for your code in your GitHub account.
15 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Enabling Continuous Integration with Azure Web Apps & GitHub 15 Green + New Repository button for creating new repos. Once you ve clicked the + New Repository button, you ll see a new screen that allows you to make a new Repository name, a description, select either public or private settings, and whether or not to initialize with a README (we ll leave this unchecked for our walkthrough). Once you re satisfied with your repo s unique name and descriptive text, click on the Create repository button to create this new repo with no code in it. GitHub repository setup screen and options.
16 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Enabling Continuous Integration with Azure Web Apps & GitHub 16 Brand-new GitHub repository waiting for your code. We want to make sure that this repository works, so you ll want to use your favorite Git client to commit code back to the repo you ve created. There are many different Git clients available, such as GitHub for Windows, posh-git, or git bash. Create or use any file that you d like (and don t mind sharing publically) and then use your Git client to commit and push your file into the repository. Example of using posh-git client command line to add a file.
17 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Enabling Continuous Integration with Azure Web Apps & GitHub 17 Back in your web browser, refresh to see the newly-added file in your repository. The default.html file added via the Git client is now visible in the repository. Step 2: Creating a new Web app in Azure We ve confirmed that our GitHub repository is working, since committing and pushing changes is confirmed, so now we work on creating our Web app in Microsoft Azure. In your favorite browser, open the Azure website, log in, and then open the Azure Portal. Access your account either from the Account or Sign In buttons on the Microsoft Azure site. Access the Azure Portal.
18 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Enabling Continuous Integration with Azure Web Apps & GitHub 18 The main Azure Portal, a convenient dashboard for checking your Azure project status. From the main Azure Portal, in the lower right-hand corner, click on NEW to start creating a new web app. After selecting the NEW button, you ll be offered a menu full of different things you can create on Azure, but for now, focus on Web+Mobile, and then from the Web+Mobile menu, choose Web app.
19 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Enabling Continuous Integration with Azure Web Apps & GitHub 19 Menus for selecting and creating a new Web app. Once you select Web app, a new menu will open up to the right side. You ll want to enter a URL for your project, and choose to name and create a New AppService Plan. Keep the pricing on F1 Free for now, and create a New Resource Group. Azure will let you know if names are taken, so keep adjusting your naming if it turns out a name you d like is unavailable. Keep the location used for your cloud development on South Central US for now, though in future projects you ll be able to customize this if you d like. Leave the checkbox for Add to Startboard checked, so that it s easier to access this work in the near future. Once everything has been entered to your liking, hit the Create button. Completing the details for the new Web app.
20 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Enabling Continuous Integration with Azure Web Apps & GitHub 20 New tile depicting Web app creation in-process. Microsoft Azure will work on setting everything up and initial creation of your Web app, and then the tile will appear on your Startboard once it s ready. Click on your web app s tile to open up the related display, which gives you information about your web app s live performance.
21 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Enabling Continuous Integration with Azure Web Apps & GitHub 21 Web app information blade. Step 3: Setting up a continuous integration Now that the app is ready for your work, you ll want to connect it with your GitHub repository so that changes are synced across both. First thing is to go into Settings.
22 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Enabling Continuous Integration with Azure Web Apps & GitHub 22 Settings menu icon available from the Web app s main page. This opens up a new blade with all of the settings available, and we want to select Deployment credentials. This will open up another new blade next to the Settings blade, called Set deployment credentials. Fill in the appropriate username and password for your deployments to use. Blades for Deployment credentials-related settings. Now that you ve set that up, go back to the main blade for your web app and scroll down, far below the Monitoring graph. Towards the bottom, you ll find a section for Deployment, and a tile for Set up continuous deployment. Go ahead and click on that box and we ll work on the main setup for continuous integration with GitHub.
23 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Enabling Continuous Integration with Azure Web Apps & GitHub 23 Click the Set up continuous deployment tile to proceed. The Continuous Deployment menu blade will open up, so Choose Source, and then from that blade, select GitHub from the list of providers. Select GitHub as your source for this Web app.
24 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Enabling Continuous Integration with Azure Web Apps & GitHub 24 After you ve selected GitHub as your source, you may be prompted to authorize your GitHub account to enable the connection between GitHub and your Azure web app. Log in with your GitHub credentials (same as those used to create your repository), and then once you ve authorized the connection between Azure and GitHub, you ll be able to select the repository you want to integrate. Your Continuous Deployment blade will update with the chosen source and authorization name, and then you will need to choose the GitHub repository to integrate with under Choose Project. Once you ve selected your repo, click the OK button in the Continuous Deployment blade. Select your repository from the Choose Project blade, click OK in Continuous Deployment. After you click OK, your code is fetched from the specified branch in your GitHub repository and deployed to Azure automatically.
25 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Enabling Continuous Integration with Azure Web Apps & GitHub 25 Fetching code in progress. The deployment status will update on the Azure portal s Deployments blade as soon as the deployment completes, and then you can see the Active Deployment under the portal blade. Successful code deployment, and updated Azure information. Now click on the Browse button in the Web app blade s toolbar to see your code running in your Azure Web app, in your browser.
26 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Enabling Continuous Integration with Azure Web Apps & GitHub 26 Click Browse to see your code in action. Updated site visible in-browser. Step 4: Updating and committing new code Now that we ve confirmed successful deployment of your code, we can work on updating it and confirming that those changes are pushed forward. Open the GitHub repository where you committed your code, and then open one of those committed files using the Edit this file toolbar icon. In the upper-right corner, click on Edit this file to start making changes on GitHub. In our example, we ll add a new paragraph via GitHub, below our header. New paragraph added to the file on GitHub.
27 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Enabling Continuous Integration with Azure Web Apps & GitHub 27 Once you re satisfied with your code updates, you ll want to consider adding a commit message explaining the changes. Below the editor area, there s a Commit changes section where coders can either take the default message, or provide a more detailed explanation to help give context to the changes. When you finish updating the commit message, go ahead and click on the Commit changes button to save your work to the repository. Main commit changes section on GitHub. Once your code is committed to your repo, continuous integration kicks in and the code on GitHub will be pulled into your Azure Web app and redeployed automatically. If you open up and watch the Azure Portal again after your GitHub commit, the change is quickly pulled in and deployed to your live site. Latest changes appear in Azure after GitHub repository s code is updated. Now you can refresh your browser to see your changes live on your Azure web app.
28 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Enabling Continuous Integration with Azure Web Apps & GitHub 28 Updated version of the Web app in-browser.
29 Using Microsoft Azure for Students Publish a Web App to Azure using FTP 29 Publish a Web App to Azure using FTP You can also publish to Azure via FTP client, so these instructions assume you ve already prepared your Web app to your liking and have downloaded your Publish Settings from Azure. (See Publish a Web App to Azure using Visual Studio, Downloading a publish settings file for more information.) We ll take a moment to use a text editor to open up the Publish Settings file and look for key information. In this walkthrough, we ll use a simulated publish settings file to demonstrate what to look for as a guide for when you look over your unique publish settings file. Simulated publish settings file, as an example. Looking over the text present, we want to focus on the publish profile that features publishmethod= FTP. There are three key pieces of information you ll want to pull out: 1. publishurl 2. username 3. userpwd Key information for FTP in publish settings file, profilename and publishmethod highlighted for recognizability as well. Now we can use this information in a FTP client to establish that connection to the Azure platform. In a FTP client such as FileZilla (for example, any will work), you ll simply copy-paste these three pieces of information into their respective fields. FileZilla FTP client, highlighting the key areas to place publish settings information.
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