Look at the Azure Functions app you just created. In this video, learn where to find things and create the first Azure function.
- [Instructor] This is the overview page…for our Azure function app that we've just created.…At the top you can see some general information…and buttons to manage your function app.…You can restart or stop the app,…review the URL where you can reach it,…and see where it's geographically located.…If we go into the function app settings,…you can configure your function app.…For instance, you can choose between…the run times and manage your host keys.…Near the left side of the screen…you can see a preview of which the root note…is the name of your function app.…Underneath there are a couple of notes,…Functions, which hold our functions associated…to this function app, Proxies, and Slots.…
Proxies and slots will not be handled in this course,…but I still wanted to give you…a quick heads up on what they do.…With proxies you can break up your functions…and function app into several instances…while presenting the outside world with a single API.…This can be useful when working with…microservices architectures, or when…
- 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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