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A 3-post collection

VS Code Extension with Azure Function Intellisense

Lately, I've been hooked on Azure Functions, which are incredibly easy to get started to create some of your own APIs. One thing I love about editors is their ability to look up language syntax and JSON schemas to provide features like intellisense. I recently posted about how to add JSON schemas to a VS Code settings.json file to add intellisense for Azure Functions. After a short chat with my colleagues, I decided to create an extension that makes it even easier. You can find the extension Azure Functions Tools here in the marketplace. Cleanup If you followed my previous post, remove the JSON schema setting from your settings.json file Installation Steps Launch VS Code Quick Open ⌘+P...


Configuring Azure Functions: Intellisense via JSON Schemas

I build a lot of Angular apps. They all need data, and often I find myself building a Node server to host my API calls and serve my data. There is a lot of ceremony in setting up a web API, which is one reason why I have been interested in serverless functions. Enter Azure Functions, which are incredibly easy to get started to create some of your own APIs. I'll be posting more about Angular apps and Azure Functions and my experiences with them, including some quickstarts. Configuring Azure Functions can be configured a few ways. One of the most flexible is to use JSON files. When I set up an Azure Function, there are two key configuration files...


Building Single Page Apps with HTML5, Knockout, jQuery, and Web API - Part 4 - Serving JSON with ASP.NET Web API

  It’s about T-4 weeks til my Pluralsight course is available. As I get closer to reaching completion I’ll continue sharing some thoughts on how the SPA is architected. Web Service Layer and JSON The X AJAX stands for XML … but most of us use AJAX for requesting/pushing JSON. Most HTML5/JavaScript apps these days deal with JSON which makes having solid and simple server side JSON serving tools (lots of S’s in there) really important. Enter the ASP.NET Web API, which I used an an integral part of the Code Camper SPA for my Pluralsight course, titled “Building Single Page Apps (SPA) with HTML5, ASP.NET Web API, Knockout...