Last time we installed both the Azure Function extension for Visual Studio Code and the local Azure Functions Core tools. This time we’ll create a local Azure Function and try it out!
In Visual Studio Code select the extension and create a new project and browse and create a new folder.
Select C# as language and select httptrigger as the template.
Finally give it a namespace.
Set the access level to anonymous.
You’ll find the path to your Azure Function running in the console window. Visit the site and enjoy your local Azure Function!
In the next tutorial we will customize the function and change the reply by passing a query string!