Bower allows you to manage client-side dependencies for your web applications. A common practice is not to include them in source control. So how do you deploy them together with your web application to Azure Web Apps?
Azure Web Apps support a number of services for continuous deployment. One of them is a Git repository to which you can push your changes and which are automatically deployed to your Azure Web App. Did you know however that you can leverage your existing Gulp tasks in that deployment process to deploy the release version of your web application?
Even though the App Model doesn’t support deploying declarative artifacts to host web, did you know that you could deploy Custom Actions using the App Model?
In the previous articles of this series we looked at working with Site Columns, Content Types and Lists using the App Model. In this article we will look at leveraging the App Model to deploy Publishing Pages and Web Parts.
In the previous article we discussed how to leverage the new App Model for provisioning Site Columns and Content Types. In this article we will look into working with Lists and Libraries.