Play by Play: Deploying an Angular 2 App to Azure with Git with John Papa and Shayne Boyer

In this Play by Play course, Master developers John Papa and Shayne Boyer demonstrate how to build an Angular 2 app running on Node with Express, and push it to the cloud using Azure with Git.
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Beginner
Updated
Jul 28, 2016
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Course info
Rating
(60)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Jul 28, 2016
Duration
1h 0m
Description

Play by Play is a series in which expert developers work on a solution in real time, unscripted and unrehearsed. In this course, John Papa and Shayne Boyer walk through how to build and deploy an Angular 2 app to Azure. You'll learn valuable tips on how to think about cloud deployment, how to mirror production environments locally using Gulp and Express, and how to use tools like Gulp, Github, and npm scripts to quickly see results in Azure. By the end of this course, you'll be ready to work with Azure and Github in your development environment.

About the author
About the author

John Papa is a Principal Developer Advocate with Microsoft and an alumnus of the Google Developer Expert, Microsoft Regional Director, and MVP programs.

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Shayne Boyer is a Solutions Architect with over 15 years experience working with Microsoft based solutions. He is an ASP.NET MVP, INETA community speaker, and Telerik Developer Expert.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Welcome to this Play by Play with Pluralsight. Play by Play is a series, where we sit down with an expert to work on a solution in real time. It is unscripted and unrehearsed. In this course, Shane Boyer shows us how to build and deploy an app to Azure. We challenge Shane to build and deploy the Angular2 app running on NoteExpress and push it to the Cloud. Shane is an expert web and services architect. We learn together, as he shares valuable tips on how he thinks about building and deploying apps to the Cloud. How he shows how he can use tools like Gulp, GitHub and npm scripts to quickly see results in Azure. Please join us on this journey through building and deploying an Angular2 app to Azure. Learning from Shane. We hope you enjoy it.

Deploying an Angular 2 App to Azure with Git
I'm here with my friend, Shayne Boyer who is a developer here in Florida. How are you doing, Shayne? - I'm good, thanks John. Yeah, we're going to talk about pushing a website to Azure using Git Hub. - And what do you do here in Florida? What's your role? - My role, I'm a community guy. I'm also a, I guess now I'm a asp. net or Visual Studio tools MVP with Microsoft. So do a lot of community talking, presentations at conferences, things like that. Talking about Azure, talking about asp. net, Web Tooling, how to do what we're talking about today. - Awesome, and we're here at Ankle Brackets Endeavor Sections, a cool look at E Conference, right here in sunny Florida in Orlando. And we're going to talk about how we can get code up into Azure. My name is John Papa. I'm also a developer right from here in this Orlando area. And Shayne who's a good friend of mine is going to show us how we can take an Angular 2 app, correct? - Yeah, actually. Yeah, we've got a good-- - Push it up to the web. - Yeah. Which is always a struggle. I mean, one of the things that I think about as a developer is I only want to develop code. I want to push to a Git Hub repository or TFS, whatever might repo is and just be done, right? I want all this CICD process to be done. - You want to write code. You don't want to be dealing with CI or Dev Ops. - I'm not a Dev Ops guy. I just want to push my code, check it in, and have everything else just happen. - Or an easy button. - Exactly. Go, get, push, done.