The last in the series, a walk through on taking our problem statement and implementing it with the new abstraction from the Azure Functions team, Durable Functions
Create a simple workflow orchestration using Azure Functions, executed both sequentially and in parallel
A quick walkthrough on taking the Flow created in Part 1 and upgrading to Azure’s workflow orchestration offering: Logic Apps
A walkthrough of an example using Microsoft Flow to perform a common backend operation: data validation
A walkthrough of creating an Azure Function to convert XML to JSON and vice-versa, including pitfalls and gotchyas of returning XML from Azure Functions
Here’s a quick helper class to make publishing to a custom topic in an Event Grid instance a one-line operation.