Pushing Node.js to Azure While You Make Your Coffee

By John Papa

Many of us enjoy our coffee in the morning … or late afternoon … or whenever we can get a dose of “wake me up”. It takes just a few minutes. But those are also precious minutes away from the keyboard where I feel most productive. Often I run a process when I go to make my coffee, but so many take so long that it is nice when I can get something done in just a few seconds or minutes.

I’ve been using this relatively new command for Azure called az webapp up. It pushes my node.js apps up to Azure without asking me a ton of questions. Run it in a folder and give it a name and boom! It’s in the cloud!

Got Node? Push your app to the cloud ☁️ with az webapp up 🌎

Try it 👉 https://t.co/Y8AoIaDL15 pic.twitter.com/X2EH5xFSIg

— John Papa (@John_Papa) August 14, 2018

Check out this video to see it in action. Or give it a try for yourself, when you are making your next coffee.

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