Diagnosing Errors on your .NET Cloud Apps

App Center Team

One of the most frustrating experiences is when you have your app working on your local machine, but when you publish it it’s inexplicably failing. Fortunately, Visual Studio provides handy features for working with apps running in Azure. In this blog I’ll show you how to leverage the capabilities of Cloud Explorer to diagnose issues in Azure.

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– If you want to follow along, you’ll need Visual Studio 2017 with Azure development workload installed. – This blog assumes you have an Azure subscription and have an App running in Azure App Services. If you don’t have an Azure subscription, click here to sign up for free credits. – For the purposes of this blog, we’ve developed a simple one-page web app. The source is available here.

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