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Deploy (Feature)

Deploy a new version of the application to a local IIS server or to Azure App Service. The following configuration contains two entries:

  • Deploy to local path. (C:/Temp/Publish/). Typically a local IIS server folder.
  • Deploy to Azure App Service (
// File ConfigCli.json

  "EnvironmentName": "DEV",
  "EnvironmentList": [
      "EnvironmentName": "DEV",
      "IsUseDeveloperExceptionPage": true,
      "IsRedirectHttps": false,
      "IsRedirectWww": false,
      "ConnectionStringFramework": "Data Source=localhost; Initial Catalog=ApplicationDoc; Integrated Security=True;",
      "ConnectionStringApplication": "Data Source=localhost; Initial Catalog=ApplicationDoc; Integrated Security=True;",
      "DeployAzureGitUrl": "",
      "DeployLocalFolderName": "C:/Temp/Publish/"

Start deployment of application with the following command:

npx deploy --azure

In order to deploy to a local IIS server use the option --local.

Azure Configuration

It might be necessary to set the node version (for Angular server side rendering SSR) on the Azure portal. It is found here:

"Configuration / Application settings / Name (WEBSITE_NODE_DEFAULT_VERSION) / Value (12.18.0)"

The git url is the git repository to deploy to in order to update a website. It can be found under "properties / Git Url"

Angular Server Side Rendering Status

Server side rendering module turns a json object into html. It does never access any data on database or on ASP.NET Core. It's status can be tested by opening the following url:


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