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The process for the app is described below. In Visual Studio, you will start out with a working To Do list application. You will push the code to VSTS (Visual Studio Team Services). Then you will create a CI/CD (Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery) process in order to deploy to Azure. In Azure you will create 3 resources: Azure Web App, Azure API App, and an Azure SQL Server through this exercise.

* [Local Setup - SQL Server](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip101.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum) - Locally connect a front-end website to an API, and connect the API to a SQL Server.
* [Local Setup - Visual Studio and Swagger](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip102.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum) - Continue Part 1 and use a local instance of Visual Studio and Swagger to communicate to our db.
* [Swagger - Learn how to use Swagger for API management](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip103.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the SQL database to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip104.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the front-end Web App and API App to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip105.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Adding the project to VSTS with Git](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip107.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [VSTS Continuous Integration - Setup a CI Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip108.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [VSTS Continuous Deployment - Setup a CD Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip109.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Cleanup - Cleanup and delete the Azure resources created in this tutorial](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip110.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Local Setup - SQL Server](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip101.html) - Locally connect a front-end website to an API, and connect the API to a SQL Server.
* [Local Setup - Visual Studio and Swagger](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip102.html) - Continue Part 1 and use a local instance of Visual Studio and Swagger to communicate to our db.
* [Swagger - Learn how to use Swagger for API management](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip103.html)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the SQL database to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip104.html)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the front-end Web App and API App to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip105.html)
* [Adding the project to VSTS with Git](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip107.html)
* [VSTS Continuous Integration - Setup a CI Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip108.html)
* [VSTS Continuous Deployment - Setup a CD Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip109.html)
* [Cleanup - Cleanup and delete the Azure resources created in this tutorial](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip110.html)

Keep in mind : While we won't be going into the deep specifics of how to code, you should be able to use this guide to look at several parts of the Azure technology stack and how you can best implement them in your organization.

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* [Azure](https://www.azure.com) - Get a free account - You get $200 USD credit a month, these are "free" credits on a trial account and cost you nothing.
* Visual Studio 2017 - As a note, the instructions will be using Visual Studio 2017. You can get Visual Studio 2017 Community for free here: [https://www.visualstudio.com/vs/community/](https://www.visualstudio.com/vs/community/).
* SQL Server Express: [https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/sql-server/sql-server-editions-express](https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/sql-server/sql-server-editions-express)
* SQL Server Management Studio: [https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/ssms/download-sql-server-management-studio-ssms](https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/ssms/download-sql-server-management-studio-ssms)
* SQL Server Express: [https://www.microsoft.com/sql-server/sql-server-editions-express](https://www.microsoft.com/sql-server/sql-server-editions-express)
* SQL Server Management Studio: [https://docs.microsoft.com/sql/ssms/download-sql-server-management-studio-ssms](https://docs.microsoft.com/sql/ssms/download-sql-server-management-studio-ssms)
* Basic understanding of coding & installation

#### Local Setup - SQL Server
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The process for the app is described below. In Visual Studio, you will start out with a working To Do list application. You will push the code to VSTS (Visual Studio Team Services). Then you will create a CI/CD (Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery) process in order to deploy to Azure. In Azure you will create 3 resources: Azure Web App, Azure API App, and an Azure SQL Server through this exercise.

* [Local Setup - SQL Server](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip101.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum) - Locally connect a front-end website to an API, and connect the API to a SQL Server.
* [Local Setup - Visual Studio and Swagger](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip102.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum) - Continue Part 1 and use a local instance of Visual Studio and Swagger to communicate to our db.
* [Swagger - Learn how to use Swagger for API management](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip103.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the SQL database to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip104.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the front-end Web App and API App to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip105.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Adding the project to VSTS with Git](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip107.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [VSTS Continuous Integration - Setup a CI Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip108.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [VSTS Continuous Deployment - Setup a CD Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip109.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Cleanup - Cleanup and delete the Azure resources created in this tutorial](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip110.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Local Setup - SQL Server](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip101.html) - Locally connect a front-end website to an API, and connect the API to a SQL Server.
* [Local Setup - Visual Studio and Swagger](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip102.html) - Continue Part 1 and use a local instance of Visual Studio and Swagger to communicate to our db.
* [Swagger - Learn how to use Swagger for API management](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip103.html)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the SQL database to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip104.html)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the front-end Web App and API App to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip105.html)
* [Adding the project to VSTS with Git](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip107.html)
* [VSTS Continuous Integration - Setup a CI Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip108.html)
* [VSTS Continuous Deployment - Setup a CD Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip109.html)
* [Cleanup - Cleanup and delete the Azure resources created in this tutorial](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip110.html)

Keep in mind : While we won't be going into the deep specifics of how to code, you should be able to use this guide to look at several parts of the Azure technology stack and how you can best implement them in your organization.

@@ -16,15 +16,15 @@ date: 2018-03-13 17:00:00

The process for the app is described below. In Visual Studio, you will start out with a working To Do list application. You will push the code to VSTS (Visual Studio Team Services). Then you will create a CI/CD (Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery) process in order to deploy to Azure. In Azure you will create 3 resources: Azure Web App, Azure API App, and an Azure SQL Server through this exercise.

* [Local Setup - SQL Server](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip101.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum) - Locally connect a front-end website to an API, and connect the API to a SQL Server.
* [Local Setup - Visual Studio and Swagger](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip102.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum) - Continue Part 1 and use a local instance of Visual Studio and Swagger to communicate to our db.
* [Swagger - Learn how to use Swagger for API management](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip103.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the SQL database to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip104.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the front-end Web App and API App to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip105.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Adding the project to VSTS with Git](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip107.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [VSTS Continuous Integration - Setup a CI Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip108.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [VSTS Continuous Deployment - Setup a CD Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip109.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Cleanup - Cleanup and delete the Azure resources created in this tutorial](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip110.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Local Setup - SQL Server](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip101.html) - Locally connect a front-end website to an API, and connect the API to a SQL Server.
* [Local Setup - Visual Studio and Swagger](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip102.html) - Continue Part 1 and use a local instance of Visual Studio and Swagger to communicate to our db.
* [Swagger - Learn how to use Swagger for API management](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip103.html)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the SQL database to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip104.html)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the front-end Web App and API App to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip105.html)
* [Adding the project to VSTS with Git](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip107.html)
* [VSTS Continuous Integration - Setup a CI Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip108.html)
* [VSTS Continuous Deployment - Setup a CD Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip109.html)
* [Cleanup - Cleanup and delete the Azure resources created in this tutorial](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip110.html)

Keep in mind : While we won't be going into the deep specifics of how to code, you should be able to use this guide to look at several parts of the Azure technology stack and how you can best implement them in your organization.

@@ -16,15 +16,15 @@ date: 2018-03-18 17:00:00

The process for the app is described below. In Visual Studio, you will start out with a working To Do list application. You will push the code to VSTS (Visual Studio Team Services). Then you will create a CI/CD (Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery) process in order to deploy to Azure. In Azure you will create 3 resources: Azure Web App, Azure API App, and an Azure SQL Server through this exercise.

* [Local Setup - SQL Server](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip101.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum) - Locally connect a front-end website to an API, and connect the API to a SQL Server.
* [Local Setup - Visual Studio and Swagger](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip102.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum) - Continue Part 1 and use a local instance of Visual Studio and Swagger to communicate to our db.
* [Swagger - Learn how to use Swagger for API management](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip103.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the SQL database to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip104.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the front-end Web App and API App to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip105.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Adding the project to VSTS with Git](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip107.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [VSTS Continuous Integration - Setup a CI Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip108.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [VSTS Continuous Deployment - Setup a CD Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip109.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Cleanup - Cleanup and delete the Azure resources created in this tutorial](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip110.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Local Setup - SQL Server](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip101.html) - Locally connect a front-end website to an API, and connect the API to a SQL Server.
* [Local Setup - Visual Studio and Swagger](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip102.html) - Continue Part 1 and use a local instance of Visual Studio and Swagger to communicate to our db.
* [Swagger - Learn how to use Swagger for API management](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip103.html)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the SQL database to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip104.html)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the front-end Web App and API App to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip105.html)
* [Adding the project to VSTS with Git](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip107.html)
* [VSTS Continuous Integration - Setup a CI Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip108.html)
* [VSTS Continuous Deployment - Setup a CD Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip109.html)
* [Cleanup - Cleanup and delete the Azure resources created in this tutorial](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip110.html)

Keep in mind : While we won't be going into the deep specifics of how to code, you should be able to use this guide to look at several parts of the Azure technology stack and how you can best implement them in your organization.

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The process for the app is described below. In Visual Studio, you will start out with a working To Do list application. You will push the code to VSTS (Visual Studio Team Services). Then you will create a CI/CD (Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery) process in order to deploy to Azure. In Azure you will create 3 resources: Azure Web App, Azure API App, and an Azure SQL Server through this exercise.

* [Local Setup - SQL Server](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip101.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum) - Locally connect a front-end website to an API, and connect the API to a SQL Server.
* [Local Setup - Visual Studio and Swagger](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip102.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum) - Continue Part 1 and use a local instance of Visual Studio and Swagger to communicate to our db.
* [Swagger - Learn how to use Swagger for API management](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip103.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the SQL database to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip104.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the front-end Web App and API App to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip105.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Adding the project to VSTS with Git](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip107.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [VSTS Continuous Integration - Setup a CI Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip108.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [VSTS Continuous Deployment - Setup a CD Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip109.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Cleanup - Cleanup and delete the Azure resources created in this tutorial](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip110.html?WT.mc_id=github-azuredevtips-micrum)
* [Local Setup - SQL Server](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip101.html) - Locally connect a front-end website to an API, and connect the API to a SQL Server.
* [Local Setup - Visual Studio and Swagger](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip102.html) - Continue Part 1 and use a local instance of Visual Studio and Swagger to communicate to our db.
* [Swagger - Learn how to use Swagger for API management](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip103.html)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the SQL database to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip104.html)
* [Azure Deployment - Deploy the front-end Web App and API App to Azure manually](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip105.html)
* [Adding the project to VSTS with Git](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip107.html)
* [VSTS Continuous Integration - Setup a CI Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip108.html)
* [VSTS Continuous Deployment - Setup a CD Process in VSTS](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip109.html)
* [Cleanup - Cleanup and delete the Azure resources created in this tutorial](https://microsoft.github.io/AzureTipsAndTricks/blog/tip110.html)

Keep in mind : While we won't be going into the deep specifics of how to code, you should be able to use this guide to look at several parts of the Azure technology stack and how you can best implement them in your organization.

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