JOSE JAVIER COLUMBIE
In this week's newsletter we are going to focus on Linux.
How to deploy your XAF Blazor App in Linux and ensure it keeps running even after a server reboot. And … if you have done deployments in Linux you will love the tool Joche created to generate all the files needed.
We are almost in December and you know what that means, v22.2 is coming!!!
For next issue we will be focusing on Azure.
Until next time, XAF out!
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XAF in Linux 🧨🧨🧨
Deploying you XAF Blazor app in Linux.
How to monitor your Xaf Blazor App on Ubuntu Linux
Creating the service to monitor you app and make sure it keeps running even if the server reboots.
All files needed to install your dotnet app as a Linux service
Here we generate all files for you. What do you need to do? Log in you server, copy the files and execute them. Done. That's it. Linux deployment made easy.
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