Trigger, Bindings, and Route parameters in AzureJobs

We recently an alpha for WebJobs SDK (aka AzureJobs , and internally codenamed “SimpleBatch”). In this blog entry, I wanted to explain how Triggers, Bindings, and Route Parameters worked in AzureJobs. A function can be “triggered” by some event such as a new blob, new queue message, or explicit invocation. JobHost (in the Microsoft.WindowsAzure.Jobs.Host nuget…

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Getting a dashboard for local development with the WebJobs SDK

This blog post describes how developers can do local development using the recently announced an alpha release of WebJobs SDK (aka SimpleBatch). The client side code is just pulling down JobHost class from the Microsoft.WindowsAzure.Jobs.Host nuget package, so you can develop inside a console app and run them locally. In fact, since the SDK is…

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WebJobs SDK

We’ve released an alpha of “WebJobs SDK”, a simple framework that makes it crazy easy to write code that runs on Azure and binds against azure storage.  (The project was internally codenamed “SimpleBatch” and also known amongst a few as “Project Awesome”). Scott Hanselman has a great blog about SimpleBatch, and there’s also an excellent…

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