Hosting a Containerized Client Side Blazor Application On Azure
Premier Consultant Wael Kdouh explains how to containerize a client-side Blazor application for Azure deployment.
It’s not a secret by now that Blazor is taking the .Net Core world by storm. I won’t go into the details of what Blazor is or what the different hosting models are as its been widely discussed in the community. For a quick reference of Blazor overview as well as the different hosting models you can check the Microsoft docs located here and here respectively. In this post I will mainly focus on hosting a containerized client side Blazor application on Azure. I will use Azure DevOps to build a CI/CD pipeline which will deploy the Docker image that contains our Blazor application. I will also utilize Azure Container Registry (ACR) to store the Docker images. And finally, I will use Azure App Service to run the Docker image which will serve our application.
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