Azure Spring Apps for Visual Studio Code (Preview)
Azure Spring Apps provides a managed service that lets you run microservices on Azure using Spring Boot with no code changes. Use the Azure Spring Apps extension for VS Code to quickly create, manage and deploy apps to an Azure Spring Apps instance.
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- Download and install the Azure Spring Apps extension for Visual Studio Code
- Wait for the extension to finish installing then reload Visual Studio Code when prompted
- Once complete, you'll see an Azure icon in the Activity Bar
If your activity bar is hidden, you won't be able to access the extension. Show the Activity Bar by clicking View > Appearance > Show Activity Bar
- Sign in to your Azure Account by clicking Sign in to Azure…
If you don't already have an Azure Account, click "Create a Free Azure Account" or you can try Azure for free
Deploy your first Spring Boot app to Azure Spring Apps
Once you are signed in to your Azure account and you have your app open in Visual
Studio Code, click the Azure icon in the Activity Bar to open the Azure Explorer and you will see the Azure Spring Apps panel.
Right-click on your subscription and click Create Azure Spring Apps in Portal. Finish the following steps on Azure Portal to create an Azure Spring Apps instance.
After the Azure Spring Apps instance is created, refresh the Azure Explorer and it will show up. Right-click on the Azure Spring Apps instance and click Create App. Type app name, select
Java version and then press Enter to start creating.
The app will be ready in a few minutes, right click on the App and click Deploy, select your built Jar file when prompted.
You can see the deployment status on the bottom right. Once done, click Access Public Endpoint to test the app running on Azure, click Yes when prompted to assign public endpoint. Be aware that only Spring Boot fat Jar is supported, learn more about apps on Azure Spring Apps.
Scale the App
You can easily scale the app by right click on the Instance count under Scale Settings and click Edit. Type 2 and press Enter to scale the app.
Stream Your Application Logs
Expand the App Instances node, right click the instance you want to see logs and click Start Streaming Logs.
The Visual Studio Code output window opens with a connection to the log stream
There are a couple of ways you can contribute to this repo:
- Ideas, feature requests and bugs: We are open to all ideas and we want to get rid of bugs! Use the Issues section to either report a new issue, provide your ideas or contribute to existing threads.
- Documentation: Found a typo or strangely worded sentences? Submit a PR!
- Code: Contribute bug fixes, features or design changes:
- Clone the repository locally and open in VS Code.
- Install TSLint for Visual Studio Code.
- Open the terminal (press
CTRL+`) and run
- To build, press
F1 and type in
Tasks: Run Build Task.
- Debug: press
F5 to start debugging the extension.
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