Windows Azure Web Sites provide a simple and economical means of deploying your Web applications to Windows Azure, with the ability to upgrade to Azure Cloud Services when and if you’re ready. In this video, we will walk through how to get started building and hosting Windows Azure Web Sites with Visual Studio 2013.
Python Tools for Visual Studio is a free extension that lets you develop with Python as if it had always been a part of Visual Studio. With debugging, IntelliSense, package management, and Microsoft Azure support, Visual Studio is now a complete Python development environment. This video will help you get up and running with Python in Visual Studio. We will cover installation of PTVS, a Python interpreter, and creating and deploying a project to Azure Websites.
Visual Studio 2015 integrates with two new package managers: Bower and NPM (Node Packaged Modules). Developers can now use modern web tools such as Grunt and Gulp to execute tasks like bunding, minification, script compilation (including LESS, Sass, CoffeeScript, and Typescript) and a lot more. This video shows how to interact with Bower and NPM, and shows how to use Grunt to run client tasks in the new Task Runner Explorer.