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Nope we do not support Azure yet.

Frankly, I have no idea how it is done, maybe you can use External tools feature to trigger a command-line ulitily to publish stuff? Or maybe you can upload your files via FTP/SFTP/FTPS to the server? WebStorm supports this as well.

Kirill

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I can see that these various modes are supported. I am not sure how the credentials would get uploaded. The same situation occurs for any cloud server Azure, Amazon, Google. etc. All need some form of credentials.

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So does Azure use FTP to publish?

There must be more involved than this. As a bare miniumum I have a public private key pair that form my credentials. I also have a user name and password that I have to enter. FTP only offers user name and password.

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Actually the most convenient way to publish to Azure is Git. Please check this blog post by our technical evangelist Maarten Balliauw: http://blog.maartenballiauw.be/post/2012/12/28/Windows-Azure-Websites-and-PHPStorm.aspx - it's pretty simple to deploy to the Azure instance right from the IDE.

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I tried to follow along but got to one of the first steps and I clicked on 'Test' in the Clone Repository button and it never returned. Constant mesage box with a bouncing progress bar. If I interrupt this process by clicking on 'Cancel' then I get a red failure button and the 'Clone' button is disabled. I was using the 'GIT CLONE URL' from the Management Portal.

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