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A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about deploying multiple applications to Azure virtual directories from a single Git repository to Azure. That method works well. However, it by default only supports building and deploying a single .NET project. This was fine in my previously example in which only one of the deployment projects I had was .NET based. Using a custom KUDU script, it’s possible to deploy multiple .NET applications to the virtual directories from a single git repository.

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Azure added support for Virtual Directories a while back. It’s easy to add a virtual directory. One issue, though, is deploying to those directories since Azure only supports a single Git (or other) source control repository for the web application.

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If you recall my previous post on Node.js, I explored developing a Node.js app with Visual Studio. Using this approach makes it very easy to deploy and test with Visual Studio directly to Azure. However, I wanted to work with a more cross-platform approach using Visual Studio Code and continuous deployment with Azure’s Github integration.
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I’m still playing with Azure and getting a full fledged application working and hosted using the Azure services. As I showed yesterday, setting up a Web App is pretty easy.

The next step for me involves moving an Entity Framework Database using Migrations to Azure.

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With all of the hoopla lately about Azure, I have been playing with it, and Application Insights, for the past few weeks.

One thing that I hadn’t really delved into is its .NET Web App hosting. As an MSDN subscriber, many of the cloud services are offered in some form of free capacities. This includes Web App and Azure SQL hosting.

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I’ve been watching the #build2015 conference online for the past couple of days. Microsoft has some nice, compelling product announcements.

One that caught my attention was Application Insights. So, I decided to give it a shot with an existing MVC + WebApi web application.

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