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Deploy Deno to Azure App Service

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Deploy Deno to Azure App Service

Publish a Deno 🦕 web app to Azure App Service on Linux

Installation

Copy and paste the following snippet into your .yml file.

- name: Deploy Deno to Azure App Service
  uses: anthonychu/azure-webapps-deno-deploy@v0.3.0
Learn more about this action in anthonychu/azure-webapps-deno-deploy
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Azure Web Apps Deno Deploy action

This action deploys a Deno app to Azure Web Apps (Linux).

Inputs

app-name

Required Name of the Azure Web App.

resource-group

Required Name of the resource group.

package

Required Path to zip package to deploy.

script-file

Required Path to the script file to pass to deno run.

deno-version

Optional Deno version to use (default: latest).

See the image tags for valid versions.

Outputs

None

Example usage

on: [push]

name: Deploy to Azure

jobs:

  build-and-deploy:
    runs-on: ubuntu-latest
    steps:
    
    - uses: actions/checkout@v2

    - uses: azure/login@v1.1
      with:
        creds: ${{ secrets.AZURE_CREDENTIALS }}
    
    - name: Set up Deno
      uses: denolib/setup-deno@master
      with:
        deno-version: "1.0.2"

    - name: Bundle and zip Deno app
      run: |
        deno bundle server.ts server.bundle.js
        zip app.zip server.bundle.js

    - name: Deploy to Azure Web Apps
      uses: anthonychu/azure-webapps-deno-deploy@main
      with:
        app-name: my-app
        resource-group: my-resource-group
        package: app.zip
        script-file: server.bundle.js
        deno-version: "1.0.5"

How it works

This action configures an Azure Web App for Linux to use a custom runtime image and deploys your code using Run From Package.

It calls the Azure CLI. Ensure your workflow first authenticates azure/login.


This is a community open source project. No official support is provided by Microsoft.

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