Azure Static Web Apps staging environments allow you to test changes before they go live. This post shows how to use Playwright against staging environments with GitHub Actions. It's a follow up to my previous post on using Lighthouse with Azure Static Web Apps staging environments.
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Using Application Insights with Bicep to monitor Azure Static Web Apps and Azure Functions
Application Insights are a great way to monitor Azure Static Web Apps and Azure Functions. But how do you deploy that using Bicep? Let's find out!
Azure Static Web Apps: dynamic redirects with Azure Functions
Azure Static Web Apps can perform URL redirects using the
routes section in the
staticwebapp.config.json. However it is limited. This post will demonstrate dynamic URL redirects with Azure Functions.
Azure Static Web Apps: build app externally
Azure Static Web Apps can generally build themselves with Oryx. If you need finer grained control of your build, you can with
skip_app_build: true and some GitHub Actions.
Deep linking with Azure Static Web Apps and Easy Auth
Azure Static Web Apps doesn't support deep linking with authentication. The post login redirect parameter of
post_login_redirect_uri does not support query string parameters. This post describes how to work around this limitation.
Terry Pratchett and the Azure Static Web Apps
Terry Pratchett is remembered on the internet. A non-standardised HTTP header:
X-Clacks-Overhead is broadcast by websites seeking to pay tribute to the great man. This post shows how we can make Azure Static Web Apps join in.
Azure Static Web Apps: Failed to deploy the Azure Functions
Azure Static Web Apps presently have an issue which blocks deployment of Azure Functions with the message "Failed to deploy the Azure Functions". This happens when the resource is tagged with an
EnvironmentId tag and is discussed in this GitHub issue. There is a workaround which we will examine.
Azure Static Web Apps: Node.js 16 / 18 and Oryx
Azure Static Web Apps presently fixes to Node.js 14 when building. If you require a different version of Node to build, this can be a problem. This post outlines a workaround.
Azure Static Web Apps: named preview environments with Azure DevOps
Azure Static Web Apps have just released a new feature for Azure DevOps users called "named preview environments". They allow users to deploy changes to an environment, prior to merging.
Lighthouse meet GitHub Actions
Lighthouse is a tremendous tool for auditing the performance and usability of websites. Rather than having to perform these audits manually, it's helpful to be able to plug it into your CI pipeline. This post illustrates how to integrate Lighthouse into a GitHub Actions workflow for an Azure Static Web App, and report findings directly in pull requests that are raised.
Azure Static Web Apps - a Netlify alternative
Jamstack sites have taken the world by storm. There's currently fierce competition between offerings like Netlify and Cloudflare. A new player in this space is Azure Static Web Apps. This post will look at what working with SWAs is like and will demonstrate deploying one using GitHub Actions.
Migrating from GitHub Pages to Azure Static Web Apps
You can use Bicep and GitHub Actions to build and deploy to a static website on Azure Static Web Apps. This post demonstrates how.
Azure Static Web App Deploy Previews with Azure DevOps
I love Netlify deploy previews. This post implements a pull request deployment preview mechanism for Azure Static Web Apps in the context of Azure DevOps which is very much inspired by the Netlify offering.
Publish Azure Static Web Apps with Bicep and Azure DevOps
This post demonstrates how to deploy Azure Static Web Apps using Bicep and Azure DevOps. It includes a few workarounds for the "Provider is invalid. Cannot change the Provider. Please detach your static site first if you wish to use to another deployment provider." issue.