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First Cloud Native Steps: Automated Build, Test, and Deploy

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9 Apr 2021CPOL8 min read
This article will serve as a hands-on introduction to Cloud Native development for Node developers. Unlike most other introductions, we're going to show how to do things in a realistic way using modern tools.
Here we'll start with Azure DevOps and set up a pipeline that can build, test, and deploy a TypeScript Azure function completely in the cloud. Once the pipeline is created, we'll add code to our function that can receive and handle an HTTP request. Most of the article will be spent setting up the build/test/deploy pipeline, so we won't have space to make the serverless function do much more than say "Hello, world!"

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Sander Rossel
CEO JUUN Software
Netherlands Netherlands
Sander Rossel is a Microsoft certified professional developer with experience and expertise in .NET and .NET Core (C#, ASP.NET, and Entity Framework), SQL Server, Azure, Azure DevOps, JavaScript, MongoDB, and other technologies.

He is the owner of JUUN Software, a company specializing in custom software. JUUN Software uses modern, but proven technologies, such as .NET Core, Azure and Azure DevOps.

You can't miss his books on Amazon and his free e-books on Syncfusion!

He wrote a JavaScript LINQ library, arrgh.js (works in IE8+, Edge, Firefox, Chrome, and probably everything else).

Check out his prize-winning articles on CodeProject as well!

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