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README.md

Day Planner App

Introduction

Get hands-on and learn how to build and deploy Nodejs application as Azure App Service with AzureDB for PostgreSQL Database Service and Azure Search Service using ARM template as deployment strategy.

App Overview

Day Planner App is a sample Nodejs application that can be used to manage your day-to-day engagements. The app marks engagements, displays routes between them and showcases the distance and time required to reach the next engagement. The engagements are stored and retrieved from the AzureDB for PostgreSQL database service using its geospatial capabilities. Depending on the date and start time of the engagement all engagements get arranged. The app also helps to search the near-by coffee shops to engagements by selecting the range as distance, using Azure Search Service and its geospatial queries.

Pre-requisites

If you don't have an Azure subscription, create a free account before you begin.

Deployment

Follow the deployment instructions to get you started.

Application Help Docs

  1. Day Planner App (App Service)

  2. Test PostgreSQL Connections

  3. Azure Search Service

  4. ARM Template Details

  5. App Directory Structure

Clean up

To clean up the Azure assets:

  1. Login to the Azure portal.
  2. Delete the resource group created as part of the deployment. Internally this will delete all the child resources created in it.

Contributing

This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact opencode@microsoft.com with any additional questions or comments.