This post was authored by Todd Abel, a Program Manager on the Azure Service Fabric team.
Since a common ask was for more hands-on labs, we’ve created a lab with an end-to-end development flow for Service Fabric applications (SF Lab Part I). In this lab you’ll create a stateless service containing a single page application that allows voting on anything. You’ll learn to use configuration, monitor health reports and perform a no downtime upgrade of a stateless service. The exercise will use Visual Studio’s Service Fabric tooling as well as the Service Fabric Explorer.
We plan to have three labs in this series, and this is the first of those. We estimate 60-90 minutes to complete this lab. We’d love to hear from you on your experience with the lab, and which topics you’d like to have labs for in the future.