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Hello Team ,

I have created Azure account for learning purpose. However In app service I am not able to do coding which I used to do earlier using App service editor(preview). The link for App service editor is disabled for me. When I tried to get support from AZure support, The Technical help desk person told me as this service in preview mode , It may or may not work and it may experience temporary or longterm issue. I am not able to do NodeJS coding on server. can anyone please tell me how can I do codinfg.

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Welcome to the Azure platform Shrikant,

If you're looking to create a NodeJS app to deploy to Azure, you can check out how to build a NodeJS app with Visual Studio Code tutorial followed by this step-by-step on getting your NodeJS app deployed.

However, if your heart is truly set on App Service Editor feature, which is completely cool, you can set your runtime stack of your web app to Node 12 LTS and set your hosting environment to Windows. Prior versions will switch your environment to back to Linux which App Service Editor (Preview) is currently not supported. Since that feature is still in preview, functionality and availability is subject to change. Therefore, I would advise providing your feedback to the product team.

Hope this helps.

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