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Azure App Service enables you to build and host web apps, mobile back ends, and RESTful APIs in the programming language of your choice without managing infrastructure. It offers auto-scaling and high availability, supports both Windows and Linux, and enables automated deployments from GitHub, Azure DevOps, or any Git repo.
I have an app service that uses "Easy Auth" against AAD. We've logged in thousands of users over the last 9 months. Recently, a small sampling of our users started experiencing intermittent issues during login. They get through the login experience over in AAD, but then they ultimately are sent
Facebook has a 60-day expiry, while other common providers like Google, Azure AD, and us at Azure Mobile Apps have a 1-hour expiry. You probably had to handle these in your codes to ensure app user authentication and client experience, similar to what Adrian Hall detailed in his 30 Days of Azure Mobile Apps: Day 7 - Refresh Tokens post.
Introduction This post should show how to create an app service, configure authentication for the service, and then configure the authentication to get permissions to the AAD Graph API on behalf of the logged-in user. This post is an extension of the Azure App Service Token Store, the link to that can be found here.
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Creating an Azure Government Web App using PowerShell. There would be many sources of documentation for this, but we will repeat it here for completeness. Creating a Web App consists of three steps (after logging into the Azure Subscription): 1) Creating a Resource Group to hold the Web App, 2) Creating an App Service Plan, 3) Creating the Web App.