loading...
Cover image for Coding Python: Deploy Django Apps to Azure with VS Code
All Around Azure

Coding Python: Deploy Django Apps to Azure with VS Code

fboucheros profile image Frank Boucher ☁ Originally published at blog.allaroundazure.com ・2 min read

πŸ“Ί 025 - Nina Zakharenko πŸŽ™οΈ Frank Boucher


In this episode, Nina join Frank to talk about Python on Azure the tool available and walk us through the steps to deploy an simple Python application. If you never try Python, like Frank, it's the perfect way to jump in! Everything will be explained for the none initiated.

We will start by creating an app using the Django framework, because it's a very popular framework that does a lot of things easily. Nina will show us how great is the Visual Studio Code extension for Python. We will quickly execute it locally as final validation before the deployment.

Finally Nina will use the excellent Azure App Service extension for Visual Studio Code to deploy it into Azure App Service. This Platform As A Service (PaaS) option gives of a lot of flexibility and stay very easy to use as we only control our application.


Useful Links

πŸ”— Deploy a Django web app with PostgreSQL in Azure App Service

πŸ”— Deploy to Azure App Service using Visual Studio Code

πŸ”— Deploying Applications to Azure

πŸ”— Python in Visual Studio Code

πŸ”— Getting Started with Python in VS Code

πŸ”— Azure for Python Developers

πŸ”— Flask tutorial

πŸ”— Device Simulator Express

πŸ”— Azure Monitor Application Insights now supports Python

πŸ”— Writing your first Django app

πŸ”— Python extension for Visual Studio Code

πŸ”— Azure App Service for Visual Studio Code

Learn more about Nina Zakharenko

πŸ”— Twitter: @nnja

πŸ”— Nina's Bio

Find Us On

πŸ“Ί Twitch

πŸ”— Twitter

☁️

Posted on by:

fboucheros profile

Frank Boucher ☁

@fboucheros

Cloud AdvocateπŸ₯‘ passionate about the cloud, supporting developer communities with #Azure 🎦 in #FR & #EN

All Around Azure

This livestream offers the audience a glimpse into a variety of Azure services and how they can be utilized with different technologies, operating systems and devices.

Discussion

pic
Editor guide