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In my last post, Grav in Azure part 7 - Backup Solutions, I discussed backup options for a grav blog running on a D1 WebApp instance, and other possible automation opportunities.

I left off on my last post considering the use of Git-Sync to allow not on...

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What you will need

  • A grav website, hosted on a Windows Web App in Azure.

In my last post, Grav in Azure part 6 - Optimising Grav for performance and security, I demonstrated how to configure Grav to optimise the performance and security of your grav we...

What you will need

  • A grav website, hosted on a Windows Web App in Azure.

In my last post, Grav in Azure part 5 - Optimising Cloudflare for performance and security, I demonstrated how to configure Cloudflare to optimise the performance and security of your grav website (or indeed any large...

What you will need

  • A cloudflare free account
  • A domain associated with the account and website (in my case a Grav blog hosted in Azure).

In my last post, Grav in Azure part 4 - Adding DNS and Cloudflare to an App Service Web App, I demonstrated how to configure your Azure web app and its...

What you will need

  • An Azure account
  • An Azure web app
  • A domain name to associate with the web app
  • A cloudflare free account (or you can create during the tutorial
  • I'm using a Windows 10 laptop - so to follow along exactly, you'll need the same - though I'm sure most steps will work just a...

What you will need

  • An Azure account
  • A git repo with the grav blog site skeleton in it (see my previous post)
  • I'm using a Windows 10 laptop - so to follow along exactly, you'll need the same - though I'm sure most steps will work just about the same on a Mac or a Linux desktop, albeit using...