Azure Static Web Apps for Visual Studio Code
Use this extension to quickly create and manage Azure Static Web Apps directly from VS Code.
Visit the wiki for additional information about the extension.
Support for vscode.dev
The Azure Static Web Apps extension supports running on vscode.dev and github.dev. Open a GitHub repository to create and update Static Web Apps directly from your browser! Debugging is not supported on the web. Note that this does not require the Azure Account extension and uses VS Code's built-in authentication provider.
Run and debug your static web app
✨ Check out Guide: Debugging a Static Web App with VS Code for instructions and more information about debugging a static web app.
Create your first static web app
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Updating your static web app
Commit and push your changes to the GitHub repository that your static web app is configured to. It will then use GitHub Actions to update your app.
If you create a pull request through GitHub, GitHub Actions will create a staging environment with your new changes live. Your Production environment and staging environments are all listed within your Static Web App as well as application settings.
Create a HTTP Function for your static web app
You can add a serverless API to your static web app by creating a HTTP Functions project.
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