In this post we’d have a quick look at the Azure Functions
Azure Functions can be simply defined as – Code and Event. Basically, we’d have an event on which our code will execute. We can create a function pipeline wherein one function acts as a trigger to another function which then triggers the next action passing the corresponding output.
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