Deploy a Single Page Application to Azure Storage using Azure Pipelines

Deploy a Single Page Application to Azure Storage using Azure Pipelines

In this article I will explain how to deploy a single page application to azure and use the “Static Website” feature of Azure Storage Accounts, also I will show you how to change some variables values in a JSON file during deployment.For this article I assume that you have already: An Azure (Portal) Account (and created a subscription and a resource group), An Azure DevOps Account (and a project configured).

Create a simple static web app

First, we will start with a very simple web application, an index.html file, that displays the environment and version on the page.

Note_ The web application is very simple. You can use the result of a more complex build (from a React, Angular or VueJs application for example). This is not the purpose of this article._

Here is the index.html file :

<!doctype html>
    <html lang="en">

        <title>Demo Pipeline</title>

        <h1>Variables ...</h1>
            <li>Environment :  </li>
            <li>Version :  </li>
        <script src="assets/script.js"></script>


Then the script.js file :

async function run() {
      const response = await fetch('assets/config.json');
      const json = await response.json();
      Object.entries(json).forEach(([key, value]) => {
        const el = document.querySelector(`#${key}`);
        if (el) {
          el.textContent = value;
        } else {
          console.warn(`Element with id : ${key} not found ...`);

    run().catch((err) => {

And the config.json file :

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