Imagine a scenario wherein you need to quickly setup APIs or microservices for your POCs or small projects without the hassle of provisioning or managing of your infrastructures. What solution should you use? Well the answer for that is to leverage Azure functions. Now a days you can commonly hear or maybe read the term Serverless computing. If you are a developer, well good news instead of trying to setup some servers you can just concentrate more on your codes. In Today’s article I would like to show to you how easy it is to setup Azure Function and integrate with a simple Xamarin Forms Application.
Last time in our discussion on creating Azure storage table, using our developer’s account, we have successfully deployed our Azure storage using the M.S. Azure portal. We also used a tool called Azure Storage Explorer in creating our sample Table which also contains sample Entities. For today’s article I will teach you on basic operations, e.g. (Insert, Select, delete) you can perform on your Azure Storage using a C# Console application.
In today’s article I will discuss about one of the services provided by Microsoft Azure which is the Azure Table Storage. Now a days we are hearing more on NoSQL (Non SQL, Non Relational, Not Only SQL) which is being adapted by some big companies like Facebook, Google and Amazon because of it’s straight forward usage, high scalability, low latency and high performance. Later on this article we will try to create an Azure Storage table using the M.S. Azure portal then will create afterwards a sample table with sample fields using the Azure Storage Explorer.