Deploy OpenAPI enabled Azure Functions with .NET in Visual Studio | Azure Friday


Justin Yoo joins Scott Hanselman to demonstrate an extension he developed for adding OpenAPI capabilities to Azure Functions apps. See how easy it is to get HTTP-triggered .NET functions with OpenAPI support and deploy an Azure Functions app with Azure API Management from Visual Studio.

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0:00 – Intro
3:15 – Create
9:20 – Publish
12:56 – Consume
22:48 – Wrap-up

Create serverless APIs in Visual Studio using Azure Functions and API Management integration (preview)
└─► https://aka.ms/azfr/705/01

Azure Functions OpenAPI Extension
└─► https://aka.ms/azfr/705/02

Create a free account (Azure)
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Duration: 00:23:59
Publisher: Microsoft Azure
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