A slot is a container that you can use to present different DOM trees within a web component. The slot> HTML element is part of the Web Components technology suite.

The name attribute of an slot> element indicates the name of the slot. You can set the value of the name attribute to a string or a number.

You can also set the name of a slot to an array of strings. This is useful if you want to group a slot together with other slots, such as with a carousel.

When you swap an application from one slot to another, the new slot uses the same deployment settings as the previous slot. This ensures that your code doesn’t try to access a setting that is defined in one slot but not the other.

Using different environments for different purposes: Slots provide an opportunity to deploy and stage apps differently, which can reduce latency for HTTP-triggered workloads. They also help you prewarm instances before swapping them to production.

Deployment settings that are used in multiple slots should have a consistent name. This helps to ensure that your code doesn’t try to access them by using different names.

Swapping an app to a slot can take a while, so be patient.

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