Static Web Apps

Streamlined full-stack development from source code to global high availability.


Azure Static Web Apps is a service that automatically builds and deploys full stack web apps to Azure from a code repository. When you create an Azure Static Web Apps resource, Azure interacts directly with GitHub or Azure DevOps to monitor a branch of your choice. Every time you push commits or accept pull requests into the watched branch, a build automatically runs and your app and API is deployed to Azure.

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Note: This is the second article on the topic of integrating Static Web Apps with resources bound to a virtual network. See the first article for more context: Integrating network isolated...
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You can now link your backend APIs to your Static Web Apps applications for seamless routing and integrated security.
This has been an incredible year for app innovation, with new solutions, new plans, and new capabilities from Azure to help you rapidly build, deploy, and secure apps at scale. It is a lot to...
Web APIs have experienced an exponential increase in popularity and usage in the past few years. APIs exist at the intersection of business, products, and technologies and have transformed the...
Azure Resource Graph   Azure Resource Graph is an Azure service designed to extend Azure Resource Management by providing efficient and performant resource exploration with the ability to query...
We are excited to announce the release of 3 Azure Extensions to! These extensions are Azure Static Web Apps, Azure Container Apps, and Azure Resource Groups. is a...
We are excited to announce the release of 3 Azure Extensions to! These extensions are Azure Static Web Apps, Azure Container Apps, and Azure Resource Groups. is a...
You can now build Static Web Apps applications using Python 3.10
Evan and Sujit talk to Ricardo Villarreal about the new ability to built network-aware applications in Azure. APC provides a unified abstraction layer for accessing network APIs—such as edge...
Today, many web applications depend on custom API backends to have access to databases. This approach allows you to have full flexibility over your database calls but building out such a backend...
You can view the full series of GraphQL on Azure articles on my website.   In the last post I introduced you to a new project we've been working on, Data API builder for Azure Databases (DAB) and...
You can now make REST or GraphQL requests to a built-in `/data-api` endpoint to retrieve and modify contents of a connected database, without having to write backend code.
You can now add an APEX custom domain to your Static Web Apps with A Records
Databases are a critical component of modern web applications. In fact, database access is one of the most common uses for serverless functions. However, implementing backend services to handle...
Azure Static Web Apps now supports building and deploying full-stack Python 3.10 applications.
  Azure Static Web Apps allows you to easily host your web apps globally, with built-in support for APIs, staging environments and more. With the introduction of the API integration feature for...
You can now access guided troubleshooting information related to specific issues detected within your Azure Static Web Apps service configuration.
I think most practitioners can agree that making the jump from ad-hoc code deployments to a continuous integration (CI/CD) deployment model can seem complex.  There are so many things that you...
Azure Networking Engineering Manager Abhishek Tiwari joins us once again, this time to talk about all of the work his team has done to add L7 and DDOS protection at the Edge and the enhancements...