How to Try Web Apps and Mobile Apps for Free

Editor’s note: The following post was written by .NET MVP Sara Silva as part of our Technical Tuesday series

To use Microsoft Azure it is necessary to link a credit card to the account, otherwise it is not possible to create a new account, which in some cases blocks new clients to try Azure. To help on it Microsoft released the tryappservice.azure.com with the goal to provide a simple way to learn and test Azure App Services without an account, for free. In this article I will show you how to create and test Web Apps and Mobile Apps using this reference.

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[The Microsoft MVP Award Program Blog] How to Try Web Apps and Mobile Apps for Free

Introduction to Azure App Service

Microsoft Azure has changed significantly in the latest release, showing Microsoft’s intent to improve its services in order to provide the best solutions for its clients. Sara Silva introduces the Azure App Service, a new service that adds features to Microsoft Azure, pointing out the advantages that this service brings to Microsoft clients.

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