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It turns out that my main problem was I needed to copy files from my temp\deploy folder to my Azure container instead of files from my dist folder. I also used an Azure CDN as described here, but I don't know if that was necessary.


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I have two scenarios that solved my immediate problem: Scenario 1 node v6.10.3 (using nvm) @microsoft/generator-sharepoint@1.1.0 (globally installed) npm@3.10.10 (globally installed) yo@1.8.5 (globally installed) Scenario 2 node v8.17.0 (using nvm) @microsoft/generator-sharepoint@1.9.1 (globally installed) npm@3.10.10 (globally installed) windows-build-...


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You can take a look at this article: https://www.voitanos.io/blog/spfx-which-version-of-spfx-generator-to-install/ In Node.js v8.x, you'd run the command NODE_NO_HTTP2=1 gulp serve


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Yes, you can use Azure virtual machine for SPFx development. All you have to do is setup a SPFx development environment as explained in below documentation: Set up your SharePoint Framework development environment


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I think SPFx v 1.0 only supports node.js v 6.x. This is the compatibility matrix: SPFx 1.0.0 Node.js LTS 6.x npm v3 TypeScript v2.4 React v15.x Yeoman 2 (need to confirm) Source: SPFx Development Environment Compatibility by HUGO BERNIER


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