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Previously we looked at Building Azure Functions with F# Script, which is still the only supported way of creating an Azure Function with F#, and a decent option for simple functions. So, if you need to play it safe (and stable) then that’s your best bet. However, in this post we are going to take a trip to the edge. We’ll be using .NET Core, Azure Functions Core Tools v2, and F#.

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This is Step 1 in a series of posts where I will walk you through the steps required to create a simple Azure Function using F# Script, VS Code, and v1 of the Azure Functions Core Tools. I’ll cover everything from what you need to install, all the way through creating the function, and deploying it to your Azure account. Setup Your Environment ◀️ Create the Function App Run the Function Locally Deploy the Function App to Azure Setup Your Environment There are several ways to develop Azure Functions.

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This is Step 2 in a series of posts where I will walk you through the steps required to create a simple Azure Function using F# Script, VS Code, and v1 of the Azure Functions Core Tools. I’ll cover everything from what you need to install, all the way through creating the function, and deploying it to your Azure account. Setup Your Environment Create the Function App ◀️ Run the Function Locally Deploy the Function App to Azure Create the Function App Alright, you’ve got all the tools you need to do some kickass F# development.

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This is Step 3 in a series of posts where I will walk you through the steps required to create a simple Azure Function using F# Script, VS Code, and v1 of the Azure Functions Core Tools. I’ll cover everything from what you need to install, all the way through creating the function, and deploying it to your Azure account. Setup Your Environment Create the Function App Run the Function Locally ◀️ Deploy the Function App to Azure Run the Function Locally So you’ve got your function created and you want to test it out.

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This is Step 4 in a series of posts where I will walk you through the steps required to create a simple Azure Function using F# Script, VS Code, and v1 of the Azure Functions Core Tools. I’ll cover everything from what you need to install, all the way through creating the function, and deploying it to your Azure account. Setup Your Environment Create the Function App Run the Function Locally Deploy the Function App to Azure ◀️ Sign-In to Azure First things first.

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