Work with the Windows Azure API.
$ npm install machinepack-azure
You might not have the proper Visual Studio build configuration to build this. You can add the Visual Studio version number as a hint. For example, for VS 2013:
npm install machinepack-azure --msvs_version=2013
For the latest usage documentation, version information, and test status of this module, see http://node-machine.org/machinepack-azure. The generated manpages for each machine contain a complete reference of all expected inputs, possible exit states, and example return values. If you need more help, or find a bug, jump into Gitter or leave a message in the project newsgroup.
This is a machinepack, an NPM module which exposes a set of related Node.js machines according to the machinepack specification. Documentation pages for the machines contained in this module (as well as all other NPM-hosted machines for Node.js) are automatically generated and kept up-to-date on the public registry. Learn more at http://node-machine.org/implementing/FAQ.
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