This video explores triggers further. What kind of triggers are available and how do you implement them? That question is answered in this video.
- [Instructor] We've just learned that triggers…are the starting point of an Azure function.…When we create a new http triggered function…from scratch, this is the method that we end up with.…The important part is the http trigger attribute…in front of the first parameter, this built-in trigger…responds to a simple http request which is basically…the equivalent of how it would work in a typical…rest API.…A trigger can have parameters to configure its behavior.…In this case for instance, we can set the authorization…level to which http verbs the function should respond to…and we can influence the end point the function can be…reached on by specifying a route.…
The values associated to the trigger are then bound…to the parameter that is declared next to it.…In this case, the http request message object called req.…This object holds a reference to all information…that's in the http request that triggered this function.…This is the pay load I mentioned earlier.…Some of these options like the http verb are very specific…
- 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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