Host your custom event website on Azure

This topic walks you through the process of hosting your custom event website on Azure. More information Build and host custom event website.


  1. Download the source code to customize the provided demo website.
  2. Install Node.js version 10.x or higher.
  3. Download the Azure Storage Explorer

Step 1: Create an Azure storage account

To create an Azure storage account, follow the steps below:

  1. Login into Azure portal and click on Sign in, if you don't have an Azure account, register for it.

  2. Click on Storage accounts and click on Add to create a new storage account.

    Storage accounts.

  3. In the Subscription and Resource group dropdown, select your subscription from the existing list of subscriptions. When you select an existing Subscription, the resource group field displays the available resource groups. If you don't have an existing one, create a new Resource group.

    Create Storage accounts.

  4. Enter the Storage account name and also select the Location.

  5. Set the values as shown in the screenshot and click on Review + create


    You can modify all the settings that suit your needs.

  6. Review your configuration and click on Save

Enable static website hosting

  1. Select the newly created Storage account and click on Static website

  2. Enable the Static website by flipping the switch and name the Index document name and Error document path as index.html (must be lowercase)

    Static website.

  3. Click on Save. A new field Primary endpoint is shown. Copy the URL from the Primary endpoint field. This is the URL from which you reach your custom event website.

    Enable static website.

Step 2: Register your web application

To use event management public API, you need a web application token. The web application token is used to control API requests that are associated with your organization. More information: Register your web application.

Step 3: Create environment.ts file

  1. Open the source code with your favorite IDE (we recommend Visual Studio Code).
  2. Navigate to src/environments/ directory.
  3. Create an empty environment.ts file (if it doesn't exist).
  4. Open the file environment.selfhosted.ts. This file contains all the configuration settings for your event website.
  5. Enter the Endpoint field value from the web application record that you have created in the apiEndpoint field. Append EvtMgmt/api/v2.0/ to the apiEndpoint value. It should look like this
  6. Make sure to set the useAadB2C value to false.
  7. Enter the generated Token field value from the web application record in the emApplicationtoken field and save the file.
  8. Open a terminal in the root of your custom event website directory and run the command
     ng build --prod --output-hashing none --configuration self-hosted 
  9. This builds the website. You can find the generated files in dist\self-hosted folder.

Step 4: Upload your custom event website

  1. Open Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer

  2. Sign in with your Azure account.

  3. Select your Storage account

  4. Select the $web blob container

    Web blob container.

  5. Upload all the files that you have generated before located in dist/self-hosted folder into the $web blob container.

  6. To see the custom event website in run time, copy the Origin field value from the web application record in Dynamics 365 Marketing and open it in the browser.

See also

Build and host custom event website