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Azure Deployment using Application Service

This document assumes that you prefer to use MVC / Razor Pages as the UI framework and Entity Framework Core as the database provider. For other options, please change the preference on top of this document.


  • An active Azure account. If you don't have one, you can sign up for a free account

  • Your ABP MVC / Razor Pages project must be ready at a GitHub repository because we will use GitHub Actions to deploy the ABP application to the Azure Web App Service.

  • Entity Framework Core database must be ready to use with your project. If you don't have a database, you can create a new Azure SQL database or Cosmos DB by following the instructions below:

Description of the process in three steps:

  1. Creating an Azure Web App Service Environment
  2. Customizing the Configuration of Your ABP Application
  3. Deploying Your Application to Azure Web App Service

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