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    Your Own Serverless Request Bin with Azure Functions

    Posted by Paco de la Cruz on 26 September 2019

    Azure Functions, Serverless, Technology, Dependency Injection, Microsoft Azure

    This post is part of a series

    1. Your Own Serverless Request Bin with Azure Functions (this)
    2. Your Own Serverless Request Bin with Durable Entities and Azure Durable Functions 2.0

     

    If you have developed or consumed HTTP APIs or webhooks, chances are that you have had the need of troubleshooting and inspecting HTTP...

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    Performing Constructor Injections on Azure Functions V2

    Posted by Justin Yoo on 22 February 2019

    Azure Functions, Dependency Injection, Constructor Injection, Testability

    In January 2019, Azure Functions Team has released a new version of its runtime, 2.0.12265.

    I wasn’t able to believe what that meant at the first place.

    Does that mean we now can get rid of the infamous static modifier from both classes and methods?

    In fact, Fabio from Azure Functions Team showed a demo at Ignite...

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    Dependency Injections on Azure Functions V2

    Posted by Justin Yoo on 06 April 2018

    Azure Functions, Blog, Technology, V2, ASP.NET Core, Dependency Injection

    Dependency Injections on Azure Functions are not very intuitive. I’ve written many blog posts about dependency management on Azure Functions to improve testability and this was my latest one. However, they are mostly about V1, which supports .NET Framework. Azure Functions V2 is now on public preview and I’m going to...

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