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Publishing a .NET class library as a Function App

With our new Azure Functions runtime support for precompiled functions, you can now use familiar Visual Studio features such IntelliSense and unit testing. These features were among the top requests after we launched the preview Visual Studio Tools for Azure Functions. This also enables an improved development workflow for customers who feel that that class… Read more

Azure Functions F# support is now generally available

Today, we’re happy to announce that F# is now generally available for all users of Azure Functions. Now that the API is stable, anyone can build production applications with Functions written in F#. You can get started today by using one of the F# templates in the portal today. Getting started with F#  and HTTP… Read more

Announcing Azure Functions support for Serverless Framework

Today we’ve officially announced preview support for the Azure Functions Serverless Framework plugin. The Serverless Framework is an open source tool which allows you to deploy auto-scaling, pay-per-execution, event-driven functions to any cloud. It helps abstract away the details of your Serverless resources and lets you focus on the important part – your application. With… Read more

Using Azure App Service Authentication with ASP.NET (Classic) MVC Applications

Azure App Service has a facility called “Authentication / Authorization” and it assists primarily with the authentication requirements of Azure Mobile Apps. However, you can also use this in your web applications to abstract away the authentication needs. This makes it easy to integrate Facebook, Google, Microsoft Account, Twitter and Azure AD authentication schemes. This… Read more

Azure App Service Companion preview now available for iOS

On October 10 we released the preview for Azure App Service companion to the Google Play Store and today we are expanding the preview to iOS devices as well. As with the Android version of the app the focus is to provide the basic functionality that you need when you are on the go, without… Read more

Announcing Azure App Service Companion preview

Today when you are managing your existing Azure App Service assets you have two options, the Azure Portal, or Azure CLI both of this experiences are great when used in your laptop/desktop regardless of what operating system you are using; however, neither of them are tailored for use in mobile scenarios, this is where Azure… Read more