We are happy to announce the release of SmartHotel360. This release intends to share a simplified version of SmartHotel360 reference sample apps used at Connect(); 2017 Keynotes. If you missed it, you can watch Scott Guthrie’s Keynote: Journey to the Intelligent Cloud in Channel 9.
We updated the code for this repository to support Scott Hanselman's General Session from Ignite 2018, An end-to-end tour of the Microsoft developer platform.
For this reference app scenario, we built several consumer and line-of-business apps and an Azure backend. You can find all SmartHotel360 repos in the following locations:
SmartHotel360 - Website
Welcome to the repository containing the website of SmartHotel360. SmartHotel360 has multiple apps that share a common backend, including a public website where hotel guests can book a room, smart conference rooms, and even include their accompanying family travelers and their pets! The site was built using ASP.NET Core.
Once downloaded you can open the
SmartHotel360.WebSite.sln file, located in the Source folder to open the solution in Visual Studio 2017 15.5 or higher. This solution contains three projects:
- The SmartHotel360.Website project: An ASP.NET Core website which is a web app developed using React+Redux and server-side rendering.
- The SmartHotel360.WebsiteFunction project: An Azure Function used to analyze photos of pets using the Cognitive Services Vision API and Azure Cosmos DB.
- The SmartHotel360.WebsiteARM project: An Azure Resource Manager template to facilitate the deployment of the different resources you may need in order to deploy the app in your Azure subscription.
Deploy to Azure
We have added an ARM template so you can automate the creation of the resources
Running The Website
SmartHotel360.Website as startup project, then hit F5 to start debugging. The web is configured to use the public endpoints for the backend, so you don't need to run the backend locally.
Configuring The Website
appsettings.Development.json contains the settings of the website. By default, the following options are used:
SettingsUrl: Url of the configuration endpoint. By default, it uses the public endpoint service. Only change if you are running your own backend services.
FakeAuth: Contains data to "simulate" the login process. Data is
Name(name of the user),
UserId(id of the user),
PicUrl(url of the user avatar).
FakeAuthis not set the Website site uses an Azure Active Directory B2C to enable the logins. Please read "Enabling B2C logins" if you want to use B2C logins.
If you want to deploy this application to your own Azure subscription, see this setup guide for instructions.
Running the Pet Checker Azure Function
There is a detailed step-by-step demo script in the demoscripts folder of this repo that you can use in your own presentations. In order to perform the demos, you will need to deploy the application resources to Azure first.
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