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A modern web app service that offers streamlined full-stack development from source code to global high availability.
Develop modern web apps fast with global reach and scale
Accelerate your app development with a static front end and dynamic back end powered by serverless APIs. Experience high productivity with a tailored local development experience, GitHub native workflows to build and deploy your app and unified hosting and management in the cloud.
Productivity from local development to GitHub native workflows for CI/CD
Managed global availability for static content
Dynamic scale for serverless APIs
Streamlined management including custom domain configuration and authentication and authorisation
Seamless developer experience and CI/CD
Boost productivity with a tailored developer experience that includes a Visual Studio Code extension for local development, full repository analysis and native GitHub workflows for CI/CD.Get started with Visual Studio Code
Global distribution and dynamic scale
Scale faster with fully managed global distribution of static content and auto-provisioning of serverless APIs that can scale dynamically based on demand.Connect your repository and deploy to Azure
Streamlined app lifecycle management
Leverage a streamlined and unified app lifecycle management for your full stack modern web apps including custom domain configuration, integrated authentication and authorisation and auto-provisioning of pre-production environments to validate changes before merging with a production branch.Learn more about Static Web Apps features
Build with confidence
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We employ more than 3,500 security experts completely dedicated to your data security and privacy.
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Frequently asked questions about Static Web Apps
Leverage the Visual Studio Code extension for Static Web Apps. See aka.ms/savscode to get started.
Point Static Web Apps to your GitHub repository. See aka.ms/saquickstart to get started.