Please go through the following article to understand about Azure Functions.
- Introduction to Serverless computing using Azure Functions
- Create First Azure Function App
- Create Azure Timer Function using C#
- Explore Storage Account of Azure Functions – File Share
- Explore Storage Account of Azure Functions – Table Service
- Azure Functions – Create Generic Webhook Trigger
This article is an extension to one my previous article Azure Functions – Create Generic Webhook Trigger.
As discussed in the previous article, any Azure Function app Function can just have one trigger, but it can have multiple outputs. In our previous article, we have learnt how to send response as an output to whoever is calling the Webhook.
In this article, we will learn how to add a new output (Queue using Queue Trigger) to the Generic Webhook.
Let’s navigate to the Function App created in the previous article and navigate to…
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