Hello and welcome everybody to our TNWiki Article Spotlight on Tuesday.
Just a few days ago Microsoft published the Azure Functions and just some time later Sandro Pereira published a few posts about this service. Let’s start with an introductory post about this new service – Dynamic Hello World using Azure Functions inside Logic Apps. Sandro starts with listing a few features of the new service. Right after the feature list he shows how to create a new Azure Function and a Logic App. Logic Apps are a kind of workflow, so the article shows how to create a small workflow by using recurrences to post a tweet on Twitter.
If you are looking for a simple way to create a workflow with custom functionality the combination of Logic Apps and Azure Functions are something you should have a look at.