So I decided to take upon myself this course from Coursera. I’ve looked at the book for a long time but not really taken the plunge. So here goes. First and foremost we need Java and the files. Next there are some terminology you should learn. The hardware simulator takes in the HDL programming file […]
Now let’s create a new function inside our function project. Next create the code as instructed in the lab documents here. Now it’s time to test your local Azure Function! Run the command below and go to your function adress. In postman type the Function App url and content a message and watch your Functionapp […]
Before you create your function make sure that you have enabled the Azure Functions extension in visual studio code. Create the functionapp and select dotnet Get the connectionstring for your azure storage Now go into your Azure functions project and change the storage account to your storage account connection string. Save and build In the […]
Now in this lab 02 scenario here from Microsoft we will create an Azure function. Create the storage account Go into the portal and create a new functionapp. There you go! In the next part we’ll configure a local environment for Azure Functions.
Now we’ll create a .NET project which will access the containers. Create a new dotnet program inside the blobmanager starter folder. Also get the storage blob package and then build the web application. Next jump to the github page and get the code templates and update the strings with the values you collected in part […]