Now we’ll follow the quickstart guide here to create the resources using Azure CLI.
Microsoft offers Labs that you can download and use from Github here. Let’s do module 3. First we create a storage account.
Now it’s time to create a container inside our storage account. Create another container and name this compressed-audio. Next open storage explorer and upload the blob from the lab files. In the next post we’ll access the containers using .NET SDK.
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 […]
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.