What you can do with Static Web Apps
Azure Static Web Apps is a service that automatically builds and deploys full stack web apps to Azure from a GitHub repository.
When you create an Azure Static Web Apps resource, Azure sets up a GitHub Actions workflow in the app’s source code repository that monitors a branch of your choice. Every time you push commits or accept pull requests into the watched branch, the GitHub Action automatically builds and deploys your app and its API to Azure.
With Static Web Apps, static assets are separated from a traditional web server and are instead served from points geographically distributed around the world. This distribution makes serving files much faster as files are physically closer to end users. In addition, API endpoints are hosted using a serverless architecture, which avoids the need for a full back-end server all together.
- Integrated API support provided by Azure Functions.
- First-class GitHub integration where repository changes trigger builds and deployments.
- Globally distributed static content, putting content closer to your users.
- Free SSL certificates, which are automatically renewed.
- Custom domains to provide branded customizations to your app.
- Seamless security model with a reverse-proxy when calling APIs, which requires no CORS configuration.
- Authentication provider integrations with Azure Active Directory, Facebook, Google, GitHub, and Twitter.
- Customizable authorization role definition and assignments.
- Back-end routing rules enabling full control over the content and routes you serve.
- Generated staging versions powered by pull requests enabling preview versions of your site before publishing.
What you can do with Static Web Apps :
- Publish static sites with frameworks like Gatsby, Hugo, VuePress.
- Deploy web applications with frameworks like Next.js and Nuxt.js.
Follow our first demo with a react application hosted on azure static web app .
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