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Using gulp tasks in Visual Studio Team Services to configure constants for an AngularJS app

  • Using gulp tasks in Visual Studio Team Services to configure constants for an AngularJS app
  • The task will create us a file called constants.js inside and app folder (as determined by gulp.dest)
  • Then in part 2 , we looked at how to use this task to help us integrate with VSTS Continuous Integration so our app could be packaged up and deployed automatically into an Azure (Web) App.
  • Now we have the package and the config file we can configure the gulp task in our gulpfile.js file.
  • Deploy an Angular App to Azure App Services (Web App) with VSTS Continuous Integration Builds

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Ok hands up, up until now this series has been very sparse in terms on Angular specific configuration. That’s about to change!! To recap, in part 1 we have saw how to add gulp tasks to help us with our build process in Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS). Then in part 2, we looked at…


Using gulp tasks in Visual Studio Team Services to configure constants for an AngularJS app

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