Does anyone knows if the deployment from source feature of Azure is intended to work with .NET projects ? I mean, if I put source code in the local git repository of Azure and then trigger a deploy, is my source code going to be compiled and then deployed or are my source files simply going to be copied ?
We are managing our source code, tasks etc... on Codebasehq and would like to use azure as a deployment platform only. What I'm trying to achieve is push a release-ready code on the Azure git repository, and get it built and deployed. Relevant resources would be very welcome, I haven't been able to find an answer so far.
Best How To :
You can build and deploy from git to azure, try this link https://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/documentation/articles/web-sites-publish-source-control/
update I take it back, this link will help you setup everything and will build the project as well http://blogs.msdn.com/b/kaevans/archive/2014/03/31/deploying-an-azure-web-site-using-git-and-continuous-integration.aspx
Or you could setup TeamCity to do the building of the project and then use MS Deploy from team city to push the build to azure
update 2 There is a difference between TFS and TFS Online, the answer is no if the question is referring to TFS Online and the particular feature you're talking about. If you have a server in office handy you could use that to build and deploy.