Azure Functions Challenge

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Test your coding skills and learn how to build solutions using Azure Functions at the same time. Earn badges for every challenge you complete and brag to your friends! You can code these challenges in theFREE Azure Functions experienceor using your existingAzure subscription. Dont worry, Azure Functions has more than enoughfree executionsfor you to last the whole challenge experience!

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In order to get started with the Azure Functions Challenge, you will first need an Azure Functions environment. There are two ways to create a Functions App to help you along your way:

Visual Studio Tools for Azure Functions

Test your programming prowess while learning a new technology,Azure Functions.

Get started with yourexisting account here.

Azure Functions run on theconceptoftrigger & bindings, this means you must specify which event needs to be invoked in order for the function to run, then from there what additional services the function needs to communicate with during its execution which could be eitherinputoroutputor in some cases, nothing at all.

Try Azure Functions is an easy way to get started, as it enables you to try Azure Functions without the need for an Azure account or a credit card.

Also check out the newVisual Studio Tools for Azure Functions. Use it to build and debug your function locally and then publish or zip deploy to your test function. If you already have anAzure subscription, you can also remotely debug your functions.

After every challenge is successfully completed, you will earn a badge!

Already have an Azure Subscription? It could be aFree Trial,MSDN Benefits, orpay-as-you-gosubscription.

Get started using theTry Functions experience here.

Also check out the newVisual Studio Tools for Azure Functions. Use it to build and debug your function locally and then publish or zip deploy to your test function. If you already have anAzure subscription, you can also remotely debug your functions.

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