In the part 1 of the series, I introduced an option to Host a static website in Azure blobs. In part 2. I discussed how to set the content type of the Azure blob contents so that it is rendered properly across all browsers. Now, In this post, I am going to address following considerations:
1. Mapping our unfriendly azure storage domain name to a friendly domain name like xyz.com
2. Logging Blob Request in other words logging the site visitors.
3. handling Directory structure of the website (applicable for huge static websites – no kidding – such sites do exist)
Read more about it at my SolidQ blog: Hosting a static website in Azure blobs–Addressing some of the considerations
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