Tag: .net core

  • Building Azure Functions in the Rider IDE

    Many people now use Rider as their integrated development environment editor for .NET. However, when it comes to using it for developing Azure Functions, the out-of-the-box experience is (currently) less than ideal. I say currently, because in the next update to the Azure Toolkit plugin for Rider Functions support has been added. This’ll make running […]

  • Understanding the Newtonsoft JSON Token

    One of the concepts worth understanding when writing a custom converter for the popular Newtonsoft JSON framework is that of the JsonToken, and the role it plays in helping you understand the JSON being read. The JsonToken documentation for Newtonsoft is relatively sparse – in part because once you understand it, it’s a relatively simple […]

  • Create an Azure Function App using a Mac

    In this post, we’ll take a look at how you can quickly create an Azure Function when using a Mac. In particular, we’ll be using the Azure Functions command line tools to create our functions app. Getting started Before you can create a function, you’ll need to install the Azure Function command line tools. But […]