dotnet-azure 1.0.3

Package Description

dotnet tool install --global dotnet-azure --version 1.0.3
This package contains a .NET Core Global Tool you can call from the shell/command line.

dotnet-azure

.NET Core global tool for creating and updating web applications in Azure.

Requirements

Installation

dotnet tool install dotnet-azure --global

Usage

help

Usage: dotnet-azure [options] [command]

Options:
  -?|-h|--help  Show help information

Commands:
  deploy        Deploy application to Azure App Service. Options are used for [NEW] application deployments only.
  login         Login into Azure

login

Run login command first to authenticate against your Azure account.

dotnet azure login

To sign in, use a web browser to open the page https://microsoft.com/devicelogin and enter the code XXXXXXXXX to authenticate.

deploy

Use defaults, random generated application and resource group name. Current directory is assumed for application for deployment.

dotnet azure deploy`

Pass project folder.

dotnet azure deploy \mynewproject`

Pass all options.

dotnet azure deploy --location westus --name fancywebapp --group fancywebgroup --plan BasicB1

Short hand for location, name, and group

dotnet azure deploy -l eastus2 -n fancywebapp -g fancygroup`

Full help output for deploy command.

Deploy application to Azure App Service. Options are used for [NEW] application deployments only.

Usage: dotnet-azure deploy [arguments] [options]

Arguments:
  AppPath

Options:
  -?|-h|--help                       Show help information
  -n|--name <APP_NAME>               Name of application, must be unique.
  -l|--location <LOCATION>           Region or location of app deployment. (eastus, westus, etc.)
  -g|--group <RESOURCE_GROUP>        Resource group name to create and use for deployment.
  -p|--plan <APP_SERVICE_PLAN_TYPE>  Type of App Service Plan to create for application. Options (BasicB1, SharedD1, FreeF1, PremiumP1 - more info https://aka.ms/azure-appserviceplans )

dotnet-azure

.NET Core global tool for creating and updating web applications in Azure.

Requirements

Installation

dotnet tool install dotnet-azure --global

Usage

help

Usage: dotnet-azure [options] [command]

Options:
  -?|-h|--help  Show help information

Commands:
  deploy        Deploy application to Azure App Service. Options are used for [NEW] application deployments only.
  login         Login into Azure

login

Run login command first to authenticate against your Azure account.

dotnet azure login

To sign in, use a web browser to open the page https://microsoft.com/devicelogin and enter the code XXXXXXXXX to authenticate.

deploy

Use defaults, random generated application and resource group name. Current directory is assumed for application for deployment.

dotnet azure deploy`

Pass project folder.

dotnet azure deploy \mynewproject`

Pass all options.

dotnet azure deploy --location westus --name fancywebapp --group fancywebgroup --plan BasicB1

Short hand for location, name, and group

dotnet azure deploy -l eastus2 -n fancywebapp -g fancygroup`

Full help output for deploy command.

Deploy application to Azure App Service. Options are used for [NEW] application deployments only.

Usage: dotnet-azure deploy [arguments] [options]

Arguments:
  AppPath

Options:
  -?|-h|--help                       Show help information
  -n|--name <APP_NAME>               Name of application, must be unique.
  -l|--location <LOCATION>           Region or location of app deployment. (eastus, westus, etc.)
  -g|--group <RESOURCE_GROUP>        Resource group name to create and use for deployment.
  -p|--plan <APP_SERVICE_PLAN_TYPE>  Type of App Service Plan to create for application. Options (BasicB1, SharedD1, FreeF1, PremiumP1 - more info https://aka.ms/azure-appserviceplans )

Dependencies

This package has no dependencies.

Version History

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1.0.3 202 4/23/2019
1.0.2 119 4/18/2019
1.0.1 91 4/18/2019
1.0.0 93 4/15/2019