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How to deploy Umbraco 7 to an Azure Website using Visual Studio Online

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So last week I thought I would quickly knock up an Umbraco 7 website and host it on Windows Azure so I can hack about with it while I’m at the Umbraco Codegarden conference this week. It’s pretty simple to

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App.config transformations with Slow Cheetah causes problems with Windows Azure

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I started writing a blog post last week about how I discovered Slow Cheetah and how it made adding transformations to app.config files faster than a fairly slow cheetah! Before I finished and published the blog post I just happened

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Deploying multiple roles to the same Azure Cloud Service

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Well I stumbled on something new tonight – rather than set up a separate Azure cloud service for each Azure Web Role or Worker Role you want to deploy, you can deploy them all to the same Azure cloud service!

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Continuous Integration with Azure websites and TFS

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So you’ve set up your new project and you’ve checked it into TFS, the next thing you’ll want to do is publish it to an Azure website! It’s pretty simple to set this up, and here’s how:   1. Log

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Maff Rigby

I'm a certified .Net, Umbraco and AngularJS freelance developer with over 15 years experience in the IT industry. As well as writing code I love to teach; I run a number of workshops and 1-1 coaching sessions on Angular JS and Umbraco, and share what I know and learn here!

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