Azure Functions Proxies Sample - SPA with random logo
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README.md

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functions
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lindydonna

Azure Functions Proxies Sample

This sample demonstrates a simple single page application that is hosted on Azure Storage. The site returns a different Azure Functions logo whenever the site is refreshed. The SPA calls APIs that are served from Azure Functions. Proxies are used to route the site root to the SPA and also provide access to the GetFunctionLogo function.

Setup steps

  1. Create a new public container in an Azure Storage account. Copy the files in the ContentFiles folder to this container.

  2. Add a CORS setting for your storage account:

    • Add a CORS rule for your storage account domain name
    • OR delete all CORS rules in the Function App, and add a rule for *.
  3. Deploy to Azure

    Deploy to Azure

    • For the storageUrlAndContainer parameter, use the path to your storage account, including the container name, such as https://accountname.blob.core.windows.net/ContentFiles.
    • For repoUrl, use the path to your fork of the sample.

Navigate to the root of your Function App (https://yourappname.azurewebsites.net/), and you will see the HTML page that is hosted on Azure Storage.