Serverless Hosting On Microsoft Azure - A Simple Flask Example

Hosting in Azure – Serverless Hosting On Microsoft Azure – A Simple Flask Example


Serverless Hosting On Microsoft Azure – A Simple Flask Example

Hosting in Azure

Let’s see how we can run our a basic “Hello World” Flask application on Microsoft Azure’s serverless Web Apps. We’ll keep things as simple as possible to get a feel of the minimum steps needed to get up-and-running on the web.

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