Posts Tagged static-websites

Create an AWS Static Website Fast with Angular and Pulumi

Create an AWS Static Website Fast with Angular and Pulumi

In this blog post, we’re going to use some Angular framework components to assemble a static website and then use Pulumi and its AWS Static Website component to deploy it to AWS. The website is for a café called the Pulumi Café. It will contain two pages, one an About page and the other a Menu page, as well as some navigational pieces. To follow this example, you need to have both Angular and Pulumi installed.

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Deploy Static Websites to AWS using 10 lines of YAML

Deploy Static Websites to AWS using 10 lines of YAML

The AWS Static Website component makes it easy to deploy an AWS S3 static website and, optionally, add a CloudFront content distribution network (CDN). While you can use any of the programming languages Pulumi supports (TypeScript, JavaScript, Python, Go, .NET, Java, and YAML), the component is particularly useful if you use YAML or JSON. With the AWS Static Website component, you’ll have a complete, functioning site in a few minutes. Without it, you can spend hours or even days to get the same result.

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Top 5 Things an Azure Developer Needs to Know: Static Websites

Top 5 Things an Azure Developer Needs to Know: Static Websites

Static web applications are a popular way to publish websites. There are many reasons for adopting static web applications, including speed, security, version control, scalability, and reduced cost.

This article goes into depth about the two types of static web applications that Azure offers. The first uses Azure Blob Storage to serve static data. The second method is Azure Static Web Apps which follows the pattern of Jamstack applications that use a static website generator integrated with source control that publishes to a Content Delivery Network. We’ll take an in-depth look at both methods and consider the pros and cons of each.

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