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azure-webjobs-sdk-script - Scripting the Azure WebJobs SDK

  •    CSharp

This repo contains libraries that enable a light-weight scripting model for the Azure WebJobs SDK. You simply provide job function scripts written in various languages (e.g. Javascript/Node.js, C#, Python, F#, PowerShell, PHP, CMD, BAT, BASH scripts, etc.) along with a simple function.json metadata file that indicates how those functions should be invoked, and the scripting library does the work necessary to plug those scripts into the Azure WebJobs SDK runtime.These libraries are the runtime used by Azure Functions. The runtime builds upon the tried and true Azure WebJobs SDK - this library just layers on top to allow you to "script the WebJobs SDK". So you get the full benefits and the power of the WebJobs SDK, including the WebJobs Dashboard.

azure-functions-host - The host/runtime that powers Azure Functions

  •    CSharp

This repo contains libraries that enable a light-weight scripting model for the Azure WebJobs SDK. You simply provide job function scripts written in various languages (e.g. Javascript/Node.js, C#, Python, F#, PowerShell, PHP, CMD, BAT, BASH scripts, etc.) along with a simple function.json metadata file that indicates how those functions should be invoked, and the scripting library does the work necessary to plug those scripts into the Azure WebJobs SDK runtime. These libraries are the runtime used by Azure Functions. The runtime builds upon the tried and true Azure WebJobs SDK - this library just layers on top to allow you to "script the WebJobs SDK". So you get the full benefits and the power of the WebJobs SDK, including the WebJobs Dashboard.

azure-webjobs-sdk - Azure WebJobs SDK

  •    CSharp

The Azure WebJobs SDK is a framework that simplifies the task of writing background processing code that runs in Azure. The Azure WebJobs SDK includes a declarative binding and trigger system that works with Azure Storage Blobs, Queues and Tables as well as Service Bus. The binding system makes it incredibly easy to write code that reads or writes Azure Storage objects. The trigger system automatically invokes a function in your code whenever any new data is received in a queue or blob.In addition to the built in triggers/bindings, the WebJobs SDK is fully extensible, allowing new types of triggers/bindings to be created and plugged into the framework in a first class way. See Azure WebJobs SDK Extensions for details. Many useful extensions have already been created and can be used in your applications today. Extensions include a File trigger/binder, a Timer/Cron trigger, a WebHook HTTP trigger, as well as a SendGrid email binding.

Azure-Functions

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Azure Functions is an event driven, compute-on-demand experience that extends the existing Azure application platform with capabilities to implement code triggered by events occurring in virtually any Azure or 3rd party service as well as on-premises systems. Azure Functions allows developers to take action by connecting to data sources or messaging solutions, thus making it easy to process and react to events. Azure Functions scale based on demand and you pay only for the resources you consume.This repository acts as a directory for folks looking for the various resources we have for Azure Functions.




guide - Serverless Guide - An open-source definitive guide to serverless architectures.

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Authored by the community, curated by Serverless, Inc. This is your definitive guide to serverless architectures. Inside, you will find everything you need to know about serverless development and how to be a serverless organization: patterns, best practices, case studies and everything in-between.

ImgBot - An Azure Function solution to crawl through all of your image files in GitHub and losslessly compress them

  •    CSharp

ImgBot crawls all your image files in GitHub and submits pull requests after applying a lossless compression. This will make the file size go down, but leave the dimensions and quality just as good. ImgBot supports optional configuration through a .imgbotconfig json file. This is not a required step to using ImgBot and is only for more advanced scenarios. This file should be placed in the root of the repository and set to your liking.


azure-functions-java-worker - Java runtime for Microsoft Azure Functions

  •    Java

This solution builds both the Java core types as well as the runtime for Microsoft Azure Functions.

vscode-azure-functions-tools - Azure Functions Tools for VS Code

  •    Javascript

Alternatively, press Ctrl+Space (Windows, Linux) or Cmd+Space (macOS) to activate intellisense from within the editor.

azure-webjobs-sdk-extensions - Azure WebJobs SDK Extensions

  •    CSharp

This repo contains binding extensions for the Azure WebJobs SDK. See the Azure WebJobs SDK repo for more information. The binding extensions in this repo are available as the Microsoft.Azure.WebJobs.Extensions nuget package. Note: some of the extensions in this repo (like SendGrid, etc.) live in their own separate nuget packages following a standard naming scheme (e.g. Microsoft.Azure.WebJobs.Extensions.SendGrid). Also note that some of the features discussed here or in the wiki may still be in pre-release. To access those features you may need to pull the very latest pre-release packages from our "nightlies" package feed (instructions here).The wiki contains information on how to author your own binding extensions. See the Binding Extensions Overview for more details. A sample project is also provided that demonstrates the bindings in action.

azure-webjobs-sdk-templates

  •    CSharp

This repository contains the templates used by the Azure Functions Portal and Visual Studio 2017 tooling. Templates are pre-defined functions that demonstrate a working scenario and could be used as a starting point for more complex ones.A template requires specific metadata files and folder structure so that Azure Functions Portal and Visual Studio 2017 tooling can understand and graphically present it. Certain C# templates cater only to portal whereas others are applicable to both Portal and Visual Studio 2017 tooling. The templates that are consumed by both hosts (Portal and Visual Studio) are structured differently. Please find more information on template format, individual files and their contents below.

batch-shipyard - Execute batch and HPC Dockerized workloads on Azure Batch with shared file system provisioning and linking support

  •    Python

Additionally, Batch Shipyard provides the ability to provision and manage entire standalone remote file systems (storage clusters) in Azure, independent of any integrated Azure Batch functionality.Batch Shipyard is now integrated directly into Azure Cloud Shell and you can execute any Batch Shipyard workload using your web browser or the Microsoft Azure Android and iOS app.

boilerplate-azurefunctions - A boilerplate project for getting started with Azure Functions Serverless Framework plugin

  •    Javascript

This is a quick boilerplate for getting started with the serverless-azure-functions plugin for the serverless framework.We'll set up an Azure Subscription and our service principal. You can learn more in the credentials doc.

app-service-announcements - Subscribe to this repo to be notified about major changes in App Service

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This repo is for team announcements only. To file a bug or start a discussion, please find the appropriate repo in https://github.com/azure and create a new issue.Subscribe to this repo to be notified of major changes in Azure App Service.

azure-functions-cli - Command line tool for Azure Function

  •    CSharp

The Azure Functions Core Tools provide a local development experience for creating, developing, testing, running, and debugging Azure Functions.NOTE: This package only currently works on Windows, since the underlying Functions Host is not yet cross-platform. You can upvote this GitHub issue if you're interested in running on other platforms: make the Azure Functions Core Tools cross platform.

azure-functions-eventgrid-extension - EventGrid extension for Azure Functions

  •    CSharp

This extension provides functionality for recieving Event Grid webhook calls in Azure Functions, allowing you to easily write functions that respond to any event published to Event Grid.This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact opencode@microsoft.com with any additional questions or comments.

azure-iot-developer-kit - A curated list of awesome Azure IoT Developer Kit projects and resources.

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This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact opencode@microsoft.com with any additional questions or comments.

azure-functions-pack - Easily package your Node.js Functions for Azure Functions

  •    TypeScript

This is a tool to make it easy to package your Azure Functions Node.js Functions for optimal performance on Azure Functions.Whenever an Azure Function App is recreated on demand (a so called "cold start") the node'js module cache for each Function will be empty. The current Functions file system is sluggish in dealing with many small file accesses so there is a significant delay as node reads all the module files. Fortunately, node caches the modules in memory so subsequent accesses are fast.

azure-functions-ux - Azure Functions UX

  •    TypeScript

You'll need to create an AAD web application and set https://localhost:44300 as a reply URI, then configure the following environment variable.you have to do this at least once (or yarn run build) for the page to load.