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Go from code to scale!
Static Web Apps automates the tedium of getting your static web app from source code in GitHub to global high-availability hosting. The development experience is optimized around the open-source tools developers already use, from a dedicated VS Code extension for local development to native Github workflows for CI/CD powered by GitHub Actions.
Validate pre-production changes easily with pull request previews. When a pull request is submitted, the branch is automatically built in a pre-production environment and a preview URL is provided right in the Github pull request comment thread.
Static Web Apps integrates with Azure Functions to provision serverless APIs that enable dynamic, fully-featured backend services that are securely accessible from the static front-end.
The service also supports a unified definition for routing rules and authorization behavior across the static content and dynamic APIs. You can even generate invitations to associate end users with roles for multiple identity providers. Authorized users are granted access to routes by rules you define in a routes.json file.
Learn more and get started today
More feature are available to explore in the Static Web Apps documentation including mapping custom domains and app settings configuration. The Static Web Apps public preview starts with a Free plan so you can explore this new solution without charges for the hosting and global distribution of the static web app content.
Get started today!
- Visit the Static Web Apps quickstart to build and deploy your first static web app in minutes.
- See the Static Web Apps documentation for more info about Static Web Apps.
We’d love to hear your feedback! Please open an issue in the Static Web Apps Github repo.