Category Archives: Microsoft Azure


Azure Logic Apps Examples

Logic Apps Examples

Hey, Logic App friends. I’ve noticed that Logic Apps has increased in popularity. Because of this, I would like to make people aware of articles I’ve published. Here a list of post covering basic App Logic building blocks. All examples are simple to understand recreate.

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Azure Functions & Transient Exceptions

Call other functions inside Azure Functions

This post covers how to deal with transient issues within Azure Functions. The process is simple thanks to available helper libraries. All my code samples are in C#.

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SQL Server & JSON data

SQL Server, SQL Azure & JSON

At the moment, I’m working on a simple web reporting project. Given that this is a small-scale project, I’ve decided to try something new. Creating a tiny DAL responsible for retrieving and deserializing SQL Server generated JSON.

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Call other functions inside Azure Functions

Call other functions inside Azure Functions

As some of you may know, I’m currently playing around with Azure Functions. One of the limitations I have encountered with Azure functions is the lack of first-class support for calling other functions. Fortunately, several workarounds are available to you. I will cover each of them within this post.

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Azure Functions & Code Reuse

Azure Functions and reusing code

Last weekend, I was experimenting with Azure Functions. This because I’m planning to use Azure Functions for creating a simplified abstraction of an existing web service. The goal is to code and deploy as little as possible by reusing existing modules.

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Logic Apps Post request

Logic Apps Post request

I recently received some Logic Apps questions, each of which I would like to address within a series of blogposts. This post covers how to construct a simple Http POST request. In addition, I’m also explain how to configure basic authentication.

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Custom content for Azure Dashboards

Custom content for Azure Dashboards

Not really significant, but still wanted to share how to extend your Azure Portal Dashboard with custom content. This is a very helpful feature, which is somewhat unknown to many, for placing side notes and instructions.

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