This tutorial will show you how to use the Microsoft Cosmic Suite to build a web app for Windows 10.
If you want to create your own application, there are many resources available that can help you.
You’ll need the Microsoft Azure Web App Builder, Microsoft Windows Azure SDK, Microsoft Azure Application Container, and Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 to create a web page using Microsoft Cosmetas software.
After you’re done, you’ll need to set up the web application using the Cosmeta package to install the runtime, configure the server, and deploy your app.
If the web app is a web-based app, you may want to also download the Microsoft Cloud Application Management Tools (MACT) for use with Microsoft Azure.
If your application is a Windows application, you will need to install and configure Microsoft Web App Services to run the application.
If everything works as intended, you should see a web UI and an application menu in the web page, along with an “install” button to launch your app and install the software components needed to run it.
Windows 10 users can also download and install Microsoft Web Apps for desktop and mobile devices.
The steps described here are the same for the Windows 10 Developer Preview version of Microsoft Cosmere Suite.
This tutorial is for Windows Azure Web Apps, which can be downloaded from Microsoft Azure, as well as for Microsoft Web Services and Windows Azure.
Windows PowerShell and Microsoft Azure for Azure The Windows PowerShell cmdlets and Azure CLI cmdlets are required to use Microsoft Cosmics software.
These are also required to run Microsoft Cosmo.
Microsoft Cosmetics software requires the Microsoft PowerShell and Azure services to run.
The Windows Azure CLI tool can be used to run these commands.
To run these PowerShell commands, open a cmdlet window by typing cmd in the console window.
Type the following command to install Cosmicles: Install-AzureSoftware -SoftwareName Cosmic -PackageName Cosmic -PlatformName Windows 10 -AzureVersion 7.1.1 The Windows 10 developer preview version of Cosmetics provides a new API to build web applications.
The new API lets you create and manage web applications, including building Web Apps that are managed by Azure.
To use this new API, you must install Microsoft Cosma as described above, then follow the steps described in the Windows Azure Developer Program.
For information about installing the Microsoft SDK and the Azure CLI tools, see Microsoft’s Windows SDK and Azure DevTools documentation.
Azure for Windows PowerShell There are several PowerShell cmdlet options that can be run to run Azure for Linux, macOS, and Windows.
You can run these command from the command line, as a batch file, or as an interactive shell session.
Run the following commands to install Microsoft Azure and the Microsoft Core SDK.
Run this command from a PowerShell prompt to install Windows 10 Core: Install Azure for Mac and Windows 10: Install Microsoft Core: PowerShell: Install -Azurre -Software -Name Microsoft Core -PackageType Core -PlatformVersion 10.0.14393 -Azures SDK: Install Windows 10 Enterprise: PowerShell run As a batch or interactive shell, run the following PowerShell command to create and install a Windows Core Web App for Mac: $AzureWebApp = Get-Azurremix -Name WebApp -ConfigurationName “Azure Web App Configuration” -Name NewAzureApplication -AzsVersion 10 This command runs the Get-WindowsAzureService cmdlet to download and create a Windows Web App that has the Microsoft OS X App Store icon in the left navigation bar.
To deploy the application, open the Azure Portal, and then run the Azure WebApp Configuration cmdlet.
The Azure Web Application Configuration cmdlets creates a Web App configuration file, which you can open in a text editor.
Open the Windows PowerShell command line to launch the Azure Core Web Application Management Tool.
The following commands are for the new Azure Core SDK version 10.1, available for Windows 8.1 and Windows 7.
Run these commands from the Azure PowerShell prompt: Azure Core Services: Install Core SDK: PowerShell Run -Azuredirectories AzureCoreSdkVersion 10 -PlatformAzureCore -AzSdkConfigFile -AzulVersion 10 The Azure Core Server PowerShell cmds runs Azure Core as a service.
Run Azure CoreServices as an cmdlet in the Azure portal, then run Azure Core cmdlets in the cmdlets pane.
You may want the Azure SDK version of Azure Core to run with the new version of the Windows SDK.
If so, the command below runs the Azure Windows SDK version for the Azure platform, then runs the Microsoft Windows SDK to build the Web App.
This command also runs the Windows Platform PowerShell cmd, which installs the Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 Runtime SDK for Windows Runtime and the Windows Runtime SDK SDK for Visual Studio 2012 for Visual C#.
If all of the following work correctly, the Web Application is running on the Microsoft cloud.
To test this, open PowerShell and run the