Originally posted on Kloud’s blog.
Azure Web Apps or App Services are quite flexible regarding deployment. You can deploy via FTP, OneDrive or Dropbox, different cloud-based source controls like VSTS, GitHub, or BitBucket, your on-premise Git, multiples IDEs including Visual Studio, Eclipse and Xcode, and using MSBuild via Web Deploy or FTP/FTPs. And this list is very likely to keep expanding.
However, there might be some scenarios where you just need to update some reference files and don’t need to build or update the whole solution. Additionally, it’s quite common that corporate firewalls restrictions leave you with only the HTTP or HTTPs ports open to interact with your Azure App Service. I had such a scenario where we had to automate the deployment of new public keys to an Azure App Service to support client certificate-based authentication. However, we were restricted by policies and firewalls.
The Kudu REST API provides a lot of handy…
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