Creating a queue triggered Azure Function and running locally using Docker

As a developer, one question that always comes up when using any cloud provider as your platform of choice is, “How do I integrate cloud services with my development environment?”

You have a two main options, provide a full cloud environment for each developer (can be expensive and tricky to set up correctly), or run everything locally on your dev machine. There are, of course, hybrid solutions but when starting a new project the quickest and easiest solution is often to run locally.

In this post I will show how to create a queue triggered Azure Function and get it…

Terence Sheppard

Senior Software Engineer with Kainos working in Belfast, NI. Former Physicist turned Software Engineer with an interest in solving problems with code

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