You can test out a simple HTML/Angular/front-end/ASP.net/nodejs based website real quick and simple on Azure for free.
(This is what i did to test out an Angular app real quick)
- Make sure you have a free Azure Account
- Login to Azure portal: https://portal.azure.com/
- Create a new resource “Web app”
- Choose new resource group “WebDemo” (or use an exsisting)
- Set web app name
Will get this address: http://[myappname].azurewebsites.com/
- Runtime stack: ASP.NET 4.7 (this will work fine for Angular/html frontend web sites app etc)
- Region: Select region closest to you
- SKU and size: Under the “Dev/Test” tab i choose the F1 shared infrastructure (free to use 60 min/day “compute” time)
Next, next, when finished on the App Service “Overiew” tab you will see this information:
Use it to deploy the website with your favorite FTP client.
Deploy to folder /site/wwwroot on the server.
See this post regarding setting up FTP access credentials: http://blog.wsoft.se/2018/04/20/accessing-azure-web-app-with-ftp/
Source: Chart.js | Open source HTML5 Charts for your website
Leaflet is designed with simplicity, performance and usability in mind. It works efficiently across all major desktop and mobile platforms, can be extended with lots of plugins, has a beautiful, easy to use and well-documented API and a simple, readable source code that is a joy to contribute to.
; Auto hot key script for shortcut keys for spotify/remap missing media keys
; "CTRL + MEDIA VOLUME UP" for previous track
; "CTRL + MEDIA VOLUME UP" for next track
; Map media play button to open spotify
Launch_Media::Run, "%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Spotify\Spotify.exe", "C:\", max
Above will make ctrl+volume keys control current track.
“Launch media”-button will open Spotify.
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