Offloading tasks to run in the background can be really useful. There are times when your users don’t need to wait around for a task (such as sending an email) to finish.
I recently heard about Azure webjobs and decided to give them a go. It turns out they really simplify your message consuming code and finally get rid of those pesky loops!
It seems everyone is talking about them. You want to build scalable reliable software where each component can be considered in isolation and called asynchronously.
How does Service Fabric help you create a microservices architecture?
Did you know you can host your web sites for free on Azure?
Find out how to get your site up on Azure in 15 minutes or so.
So you’ve started using Azure and you’re blown away by all the power now resting at your fingertips. One thing you probably want to keep an eye on is cost.
Let’s find out how to manage your Azure subscriptions.
So what’s an API App? Well it’s exactly what you think, a way of hosting an API written in your language of choice which can be scaled, secured and documented.
Let’s get started by creating a brand new API via the Azure Preview Portal.