I recently used Azure Static Web Apps to deploy a website that needed to be created and delivered on a super tight timeline. I had choices to push my static website to different platforms, but SWA stood out to me because of its intuitiveness and my familiarity with the Azure cloud platform. Not only was I surprised about how easy it was, I could not believe the smartness of the tooling. The first time I questioned, “How am I going to do this?” the solution was already there. From custom routing, to custom domains, to continuous integration with GitHub actions, it all just worked. I'll tell the story of my real-world project and how I used these SWA features. Combine Azure Static Web Apps, with a pinch of Headless CMS like Kontent, a dash of a CDN like CloudFlare and you have one killer solution for delivering a blazing fast web experience to your customers for very little cost.
Brian McKeiver is Co-Owner & Solutions Architect at BizStream, a software development company in Allendale, MI. He has over 18 years of experience leading his agency of more than 30 employees, about a hundred clients spread out across North America, and one heck of an interesting story of how it all started from a two-person team. In addition to his expertise in web development, integration, and digital marketing, Brian is active with the tech community via his blog at Mcbeev.com.
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