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Rename Azure App Service Plan(ASP) in Azure Portal
Ashok Nalam
By: Ashok Nalam | 20 Aug 2020 | Microsoft Azure | Views: 3545 | Comments: 0 | Tags:azure  azure app service  azure functions  azure portal  rename 
Azure functions move or change to new resource group using Azure portal
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By: Ashok Nalam | 24 Aug 2020 | Microsoft Azure | Views: 3202 | Comments: 0 | Tags:azure  azure app service  azure functions  azure portal 
What is the default return value of HTTP triggered Azure function
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In Azure functions, HTTP triggers lets you invoke a function with an HTTP request and default HTTP response code Azure HTTP triggered functions are
  1. HTTP 204 No Content with empty body from version 2.x and higher
  2. HTTP 200 OK with an empty body from version 1.x
By: Ashok Nalam | 27 Aug 2020 | Microsoft Azure | Views: 3113 | Comments: 0 | Tags:azure functions 
Find app service hosting plan of your existing azure function app
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By: Ashok Nalam | 29 Aug 2020 | Microsoft Azure | Views: 3269 | Comments: 0 | Tags:azure  azure cli  azure functions  azure portal  azure shell 
How to change subscription for your Azure Function App
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By: Ashok Nalam | 01 Sep 2020 | Microsoft Azure | Views: 3320 | Comments: 0 | Tags:azure  azure functions  azure portal 
What is Azure functions template
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While creating Azure Functions with Visual Studio and visual studio code, IDE provides different project templates which are used to create function triggers which can be deployed to Azure Function App. Below are the different function templates available in Visual Studio
  1. Blob Trigger - Creates a function trigger when a blob is added to a container
  2. Cosmos DB  Trigger - Creates a function trigger when a document change in document collection
  3. Event Grid Trigger - Creates a function trigger when an event grid receives a new event
  4. Event Hub Trigger -  Creates a function trigger when an event hub receive a new event
  5. HTTP Trigger -  Creates function triggered by HTTP Request
  6. IoT Hub Trigger -  Creates a function trigger when an IoT hub receives a new event on the event hub endpoint
  7. Queue Trigger - Creates a function trigger when a message is added to specified azure storage
  8. Service Bus Queue Trigger - Creates a function trigger when a message is added to specified service bus queue
  9. Service Bus Topic Trigger - Creates a function trigger  when a message is added to specified service bus topic
  10. Timer Trigger - Creates a function trigger on a specified schedule
By: Ashok Nalam | 02 Sep 2020 | Microsoft Azure | Views: 7952 | Comments: 0 | Tags:azure  azure functions 
Add Application Insights to existing Azure Function App from Azure Portal
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By: Ashok Nalam | 07 Sep 2020 | Microsoft Azure | Views: 3310 | Comments: 0 | Tags:App settings  azure  azure functions  azure portal 
Create Azure Function App using Visual Studio - step by step guide
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In this post we will see step by step guide on how to create azure function using Visual Studio, How to Run the function app locally in visual studio and How to deploy the function app to azure from visual studio IDE.
By: Ashok Nalam | 08 Sep 2020 | Microsoft Azure | Views: 3350 | Comments: 0 | Tags:azure  azure functions 
Create Azure Function App using Azure CLI command(az functionapp create)
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We can create Azure function apps using code, Azure Portal or Azure CLI. In this post, we will see how to create an Azure function App using Azure CLI commands(az functionapp create).
By: Ashok Nalam | 10 Sep 2020 | Microsoft Azure | Views: 7892 | Comments: 0 | Tags:azure  azure cli  azure functions 
What is Azure Functions Runtime?
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Azure Function Runtime is a specific version runtime where your Function App runs on top of it. Currently Azure function supports 3 versions of runtime host
  • 1.x - Supports .NET Framework
  • 2.x - Supports .NET Core2.1
  • 3.x - supports .NET Core3.1
All 3 versions are supported for your production workloads. By default, Function Apps are created in 3.x version runtime. If you are using C# language to develop Azure functions and visual studio gives below options as function runtime while creating Function App
  1. Azure Functions V3(.NET Core) 
  2. Azure Functions V2(.NET Core) 
  3. Azure Functions V1(.NET Framework)
In order to find the function version number in your project, refer .csproj file.

1.x version setting in .csproj file

<TargetFramework>net461</TargetFramework>
<AzureFunctionsVersion>v1</AzureFunctionsVersion>

2.x version setting in .csproj file

<TargetFramework>netcoreapp2.1</TargetFramework>
<AzureFunctionsVersion>v2</AzureFunctionsVersion>

3.x version setting in .csproj file

<TargetFramework>netcoreapp2.1</TargetFramework>
<AzureFunctionsVersion>v2</AzureFunctionsVersion>
We are just referring C# as language, for other languages refer Azure Functions documentation.
By: Ashok Nalam | 11 Sep 2020 | Microsoft Azure | Views: 3144 | Comments: 0 | Tags:azure  azure functions 
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