It's here!! Our first roundup of This Month in SWA 🎉
The roundup is traditionally published on the last Monday of each month - just ahead of the Azure Static Web Apps Community Standup held on the last Wednesday of each month. Catch up on all the news and announcements in one friendly blog post, then join the livestream for interactive discussions, demos and more.
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This section covers recent news or announcements from the product team. Read on to learn the latest news from the world of Azure Static Web Apps!
Jun 22 | Azure SWA now supports more API options
You can now link Azure App Service, Azure Container Apps, and Azure API Management services seamlessly to your SWA's API endpoint. Read the docs and explore the sample walkthrough to learn more.
Jun 8 | Static Web Apps CLI is generally available.
The v1.0 release was launched in late May, adding new commands like
swa deployto create an all-in-1 tool for local SWA development. Explore the documentation here
Don't forget to bookmark the Azure Updates page to get updates at any time.
This section covers content, events and code samples from Microsoft authors. Check them out for relevant learning resources and best practices.
Aug 3 |
dev.to- Deploy Azure Static Web Apps using Python by Jay Miller. Are you a Python developer interested in exploring Azure Static Web Apps? In this post, Jay walks you through configuring and deploying your first Python SWA from VS Code.
Jul 22 |
TechCommunity- Host your website on Azure Static Web Apps for free by Julia Muiruri. Students looking to get started with Azure, create your Azure for Students account and deploy your first website within minutes!
Jul 20 |
dev.to-Taking a SWA DevOps Pipeline to the next level by Aaron Powell. We know SWA works seamlessly with GitHub Actions to automate the default build-deploy workflow. What if you need a more complex custom CI/CD pipeline? This article walks you through one such example.
This section highlights content from our amazing developer community - submitted directly, or published to the relevant tag in sites like Tech Community and dev.to.
- Jul 19 |
techcommunity.com- Azure Adventure – A RPG game to test student’s Azure practical skills by Wong Cyrus, Dept Information Technology of the Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education. Azure Adventure is an open source HTML5 RPG game that builds on top of the latest version of Azure Automatic Grading Engine, utilizing SWA.
This section highlights in-person or online events that are likely to feature Azure Static Web Apps content or developer conversations - links to CFPs or registration links are welcome!
- Sep 1-30, 2022 | Serverless September - explore Serverless on Azure
- Oct 7, 2022 | Microsoft Student Summit - virtual event held globally
- Oct 12-14, 2022 | Microsoft Ignite - in-person (Seattle) and online
Did You Know?
Each month, we hope to turn the spotlight on one key resource or person that is worth knowing about, in the context of Azure Static Web Apps.
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That's all we had for this roundup! Tell us what you think about this new format for a monthly summary! And don't forget to send us your contributions.
🚨 | Call For Content
Submissions welcome till Sep 25, 2022.
- Did you author an article, create a SWA application or sample?
- Are you organizing an event with a SWA-related session?
- Are you a student who just created your first SWA app or blog post?
Submit the details using this custom issue as soon as possible. We can't wait to share your contributions!