In this short story I’ll show you how to deploy GWT / J2CL web apps on Microsoft Azure Static Web Apps Service.
In this short story I’ll show you how to deploy GWT / J2CL web apps on Microsoft Azure Static Web Apps Service. There are some advantages if you implement your web apps with Full CSR (Client Side Rendering) so that the web apps just run on your web browser and embrace the client computing power. The cost of cloud computing is one of it. In this case the cloud provider just has to deliver the static files without doing much processing on their side.
If you want to see why you should embrace the power of web browser you could take a look at my talk:
Summary of Web Browser as a Platform
Azure Static Web Apps Service (source: Microsoft Azure)
For the deployment I just create a simple GWT web app with Domino UI from DominoKit.
To deploy the static web apps this Quickstart Documentation helps a lot. You need to have a GitHub and Azure account to be able to deploy the web apps. Many of us owns already a GitHub account, so this shouldn’t be a problem. To get an Azure account you need to have a credit card (at least in Germany) and this is not so easy. Heroku doesn’t ask for a credit card for a free service. For a personal project Azure Static Web Apps Service should be free of charge: Azure Static Web App Plans.
Starting to deploy Java / GWT on Azure Static Web Apps Service
After getting some helps from
and Anthony Chu
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