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Microsoft Azure Essentials: Azure Web Apps for Developers

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Microsoft Azure Essentials: Azure Web Apps for Developers
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Publisher: Microsoft Press
Number of pages: 123

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'Azure Web Apps for Developers' focuses on providing essential information about developing web applications hosted on Azure Web Apps. It is written with the developer who has experience using Visual Studio and the .NET Framework in mind.

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