Application Insights are a great way to monitor Azure Static Web Apps and Azure Functions. But how do you deploy that using Bicep? Let's find out!
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Azure Static Web Apps: dynamic redirects with Azure Functions
Azure Static Web Apps can perform URL redirects using the
routes section in the
staticwebapp.config.json. However it is limited. This post will demonstrate dynamic URL redirects with Azure Functions.
Azure AD Claims with Static Web Apps and Azure Functions
Authorization in Azure Functions is impaired by an issue with Azure Static Web Apps linked to Azure Functions. Azure AD app role claims are not supplied to Azure Functions. This post will demonstrate a workaround.
Debugging Azure Functions in VS Code on Mac OS
VS Code's debugging mechanism for Azure Functions on Mac OS frequently breaks. This post documents an approach to get it working.
Azure Static Web Apps: Failed to deploy the Azure Functions
Azure Static Web Apps presently have an issue which blocks deployment of Azure Functions with the message "Failed to deploy the Azure Functions". This happens when the resource is tagged with an
EnvironmentId tag and is discussed in this GitHub issue. There is a workaround which we will examine.
C# 9 in-process Azure Functions
C# 9 has some amazing features. Azure Functions are have two modes: isolated and in-process. Whilst isolated supports .NET 5 (and hence C# 9), in-process supports .NET Core 3.1 (C# 8). This post shows how we can use C# 9 with in-process Azure Functions running on .NET Core 3.1.
Azure Functions and .NET 5: Query params, Dependency Injection, Bicep & Build
The upgrade of Azure Functions from .NET Core 3.1 to .NET 5 is significant. There's an excellent guide for the general steps required to perform the upgrade. However there's a number of (unrelated) items which are not covered by that post: