Create and Deploy a React App to Azure using .NET Core and Azure CLI on Mac

Prerequisites

Getting Started

In this tutorial, you’ll set up your Mac to do development using .NET Core and Azure. The tutorial also shows you the new and powerful .NET Core Command Line Interface (CLI) Tools.

After you have installed the .NET Core SDK and Visual Studio for Mac, open a terminal window and type the following:

$ cd /users/

$ cd users/yourusername/projects

$ mkdir samplereactapp 

$ cd samplereactapp

The above commands will do the following: browse to the Mac user’s Projects directory and create a new directory to place the react app that we are about to create.

.NET Core CLI

.NET Core’s Command Line Interface (CLI) is very powerful, it allows you to do a lot without leaving the command line which allows for the simple and fast creation of these projects. Double-check your current directory is the new directory you’ve created, in our example this is samplecreateapp. 

To make sure the .NET Core was installed properly, type dotnet –info in the terminal, you should see output that looks like this:

Once you have confirmed that you have all the needed prerequisites, let’s continue to build the React web app. Continue reading Create and Deploy a React App to Azure using .NET Core and Azure CLI on Mac