Testing is essential to keep tabs on the quality of your code. In this video, take a look at the possibilities you have for testing your function.
- [Instructor] Testing is a broad topic.…Let's have a look at a couple of ways…to test your Azure Function, either while debugging…or in an automated way…that can be part of your build pipeline.…While developing, you can very easily…test your Azure Function,…especially when they are triggered by HTTP requests.…You can then simply use specialized tools…like Postman, cURL, or simply use your browser.…When your function is deployed,…you can simply go to the designated URL…of your Azure Function app…and play with the input parameters…that you have specified in your code.…
Of course, if you're running locally,…you can simply go to localhost and do the same thing there.…From the console output, you get the right address…and you can go through breakpoints…and do debugging in Visual Studio.…If your function does not use an HTTP trigger,…you might need to turn to other tools,…or maybe even write your own code.…For instance, if you have a function that uses a BlobTrigger…you might want to have a look at the Azure Storage Explorer.…
- 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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