azure-storage.blob.min.jscontain the Azure Storage blob service operation logic
azure-storage.table.min.jscontain the Azure Storage table service operation logic
azure-storage.queue.min.jscontain the Azure Storage queue service operation logic
azure-storage.file.min.jscontain the Azure Storage file service operation logic
- sample-blob.html demonstrates how to operate with Azure Storage blob service in the browser
- sample-table.html demonstrates how to operate with Azure Storage table service in the browser
- sample-queue.html demonstrates how to operate with Azure Storage queue service in the browser
- sample-file.html demonstrates how to operate with Azure Storage file service in the browser
Note: An HTTP server should be set to host the samples for IE11 and Chrome (56 or newer versions).
Or you can directly try with following online samples:
Compatibility with mobile browsers have not been fully validated, please open issues when you get errors.
Running Tests against Browsers
Running tests against Chrome by default. The Storage Account should be configured with CORS support before running test. Please see above online samples about how to configure CORS rules for an account.
set AZURE_STORAGE_CONNECTION_STRING="valid storage connection string" npm install npm run jstest
Step 1: Cloning Repo
azure-storage-node repo with following command:
git clone https://github.com/Azure/azure-storage-node.git
Step 2: Installing Node.js Modules
Change to the root directory of the cloned repo:
Install the dependent Node.js modules:
npm run genjs [VERSION_NUMBER]