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Set up CI with Azure Pipelines #208

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Cooperwutzke commented Mar 17, 2020

Sign up for a free Azure account. ✔️
Create Azure Resources ✔️
A Resource Group. ✔️
App Service for the API project. ✔️
App Service for the Web project. ✔️
SQL server and database. ✔️
Configure App Services with Production environment and relevant connection strings. ✔️
Create a release pipeline that deploys both the API and Web projects. ✔️
Update build pipeline for CI/CD. ✔️
To submit in PR
In the pull request include the following:

A link to your published API swagger page. ✔️
https://api2020wutzke.azurewebsites.net/Swagger
A link to your published web site. ✔️
https://web2020wutzke.azurewebsites.net/Users
A screenshot showing the Azure Resource Group with all resources. ✔️

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A picture of the log of my Api

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Sorry this got to you so late Kevin. Had a lot of this Azure stuff setup during the week, it just took me awhile to come back to it. Thanks for your hard work this quarter.

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Your build pipeline is lacking the steps for publishing the build artifacts (I have pushed up an Assignment10Complete branch you can look at for an example).
I am also not seeing a screenshot for the release pipeline.

@Keboo Keboo closed this Mar 18, 2020
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