In this video, generate a new Azure Functions project in Visual Studio for Mac and explore your options.
- [Instructor] We're now going to see…how to create an Azure function from the IDE.…In Visual Studio for Mac,…we will create a new Azure Functions project.…All I'm using Visual Studio for Mac,…everything I will show you…is also available on Visual Studio for Windows…and even Visual Studio code.…Click the New Project button,…and under Cloud find General…and there is the Azure Functions template.…Click Next.…Here is a list of different templates we can choose from.…The basic function will be the same,…but you choose how it's triggered…and it will have some sample code…in there to get you started.…
For now,…we will choose the Http trigger template…and give it a name.…Click Next to get to the next screen.…In this step of the Wizard,…we can choose what Access rights…should be assigned for our new Azure function.…We can choose from Function,…Anonymous and Admin.…With the Function and Admin option,…you will need a key…to be able to call the function.…With Anonymous, everyone is able to call the function.…When running your function locally,…
- What serverless is and when to use it
- Creating Azure functions
- Creating your first Azure Functions App
- Creating an Azure function in Visual Studio
- Creating a new Xamarin.Forms app
- Use cases for Azure Functions in apps
- Securing Azure Functions apps
- Monitoring Azure functions in Production
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started with Serverless
2. Creating Azure Functions
3. Creating a Xamarin.Forms App
4. Azure Functions Architecture
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