ASP.NET Core Web Hosting

ASP.NET Core web applications can be hosted on many different operating systems, such as Windows and Linux.

One way of hosting your ASP.NET Core web application is through IIS, Microsoft's web server.

In addition, you can host an ASP.NET Core application through Azure. Azure is a cloud-computing service from Microsoft.

It allows you to host your ASP.NET Core applications through Azure Devops.

In addition, you can host your ASP.NET Core applications, either through creating a server, or selecting an app, such as a Web App that already has most of the software installed.

And you can also set up continuous deployment or integration, with Azure Devops communicating with your Azure apps.

 
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Create and Configure a Blazor Wasm App with a ASP.NET Core Web API in Azure: Dev To Azure - Part 3 Create and Configure a Blazor Wasm App with a ASP.NET Core Web API in Azure: Dev To Azure - Part 3 Setting up a Blazor Wasm app with a ASP.NET Core Web API in Azure. Also look at continuous deployment/integration (CD/CI). 28th October 2020
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Four Reasons Why Your ASP.NET Core Application is Not Working in IIS Four Reasons Why Your ASP.NET Core Application is Not Working in IIS ASP.NET Core Application Not Working in IIS? We fix Interval Server Errors 500.19 & 500.21, plus 500.30 ANCM In-Process Start Failure 15th September 2020
How to Publish an ASP.NET Core & React SPA to IIS How to Publish an ASP.NET Core & React SPA to IIS Using Visual Studio to publish an ASP.NET Core app, integrated with a React SPA. Then, using ASP.NET Core Runtime's Hosting Bundle to run in IIS. 7th July 2020
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Git: The Popular Version-Control System Git: The Popular Version-Control System Learn about the advantages of using Git, and find out about Git software and hosting services available, such as GitHub, BitBucket and GitKraken. 8th September 2019
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