Azure is the home for your Java applications, Part 2

Azure Friday

May 30 2023 • 0 seconds

Rory Preddy joins Scott Hanselman to demonstrate how to develop Java applications on Azure using a variety of tools and services. He shows how to use Visual Studio Code (VS Code), to write and debug Java code. He shows how to use GitHub Codespaces, a cloud-based development environment, to write and test your code directly in the browser. Finally, he also demonstrates how to use Azure Container Apps, a service that enables you to deploy and manage containerized applications more easily to run your Java applications in the cloud. It's an exciting episode that highlights the power and flexibility of developing Java applications on Azure. Chapters 00:00 - Introduction 00:58 - Write and debug Java code in VS Code 06:45 - Use GitHub Codespaces to write and test your Java code in the browser 13:00 - Use Azure Container Apps to deploy and manage containerized Java applications 15:18 - Wrap-up Recommended resources Azure is the home for your Java applications, Part 1 Java on Azure Azure is the home for your enterprise Java applications Microsoft build of OpenJDK Create a Pay-as-You-Go account (Azure) Create a free account (Azure) Connect Scott Hanselman | Twitter: @SHanselman Rory Preddy | Twitter: @RoryPreddy Azure Friday | Twitter: @AzureFriday Java at Microsoft | Twitter: @JavaAtMicrosoft Azure | Twitter: @Azure

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