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Using the Windows Azure CLI on Windows and from within Visual Studio

Sandrino Di Mattia Resources Jan 04, 2013
Last month Glenn Block announced the new release of azure-cli (version 0.6.9). This release adds lots of new features to the CLI like managing Mobile Services, custom Web Site deployments.
Last month Glenn Block announced the new release of azure-cli (version 0.6.9). This release adds lots of new features to the CLI like managing Mobile Services, custom Web Site deployments …In order to use the azure-cli you'll need Node.js on your machine. And I guess this is the reason why people with a Windows machine prefer using Windows Azure PowerShell over the azure-cli. The setup experience changed drastically in this new release and this might make it easier for you to adopt the azure-cli.

Here is a blog that covers this topic.

http://fabriccontroller.net/blog/posts/using-the-windows-azure-cli-on-windows-and-from-within-visual-studio/
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