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Service Fabric skeleton service

On Service fabric, you can either create ASP.NET Core API service or worker process. I'm going to create a worker service today

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Development

Deploy Service Fabric type when one of its services needs deletion

Sometimes, you create a service but your are not happy with the naming. After fierce debate with colleagues, you rename the service. Locally it runs ok and everything looks fine. Yet the renaming the service can bite you back when you deploy it to a remote Service Fabric cluster via Azure Devops.

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Development

Static website hosting in Azure Blob Storage

Given you have a react web app, you want to deploy it onto Azure. As it doesn't have any server-side code, you can deploy it on Azure Blob storage, replicated on Azure CDN. All the requests would be served by CDN and it would be fast, reliable, and cost-saving.

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