Azure SQL Devs’ Corner

Voices from the Azure SQL PM Team, focusing on development and developers

Azure SQL Database Change Stream with Debezium

(image) Azure SQL Database and in general the SQL Server engine allows developers to easily get only the changed data from the last time they queried the database. More precisely, there are two features that allow us to do this and much more, providing capabilities to query for changes happened from and to any point in time. The two ...

Create and connect to an Azure SQL DB in 6 easy steps

(image) There are many ways in which an Azure SQL database can be created, and if you are new to the development all those different options can be quite intimidating. Let me show you, in just a few steps, how easy it is instead. This is what we are going to do: I'll be using the Azure Shell portal, as it ...

Build GraphQL apps with Hasura and Azure SQL Database

Hasura makes data access easy, by instantly composing a GraphQL API that is backed by databases and services so that the developer team (or API consumers) get productive immediately. The nature of GraphQL itself and Hasura’s dynamic approach makes integration and iteration easy.

Create REST API in Python with Django, using the Django REST Framework and Azure SQL

Django is a Python-based open-source web framework. It is a popular and well-liked web framework among developers all around the world. But wouldn't it be amazing to build a website with Django while also taking advantage of Azure SQL database's security, performance, high availability, and other great capabilities? In this article, we will...

Saving Bot Activities in Azure SQL Database

In this blog post, we’ll walkthrough of how to integrate Bot Framework v4 SDK with Azure SQL Database and save Bot activities/ conversations into the database. We’ll leverage Bot.Builder.Community.Storage.EntityFramework package to save conversations using EntityFrameworkTranscriptStore with TranscriptLoggerMiddleware into Azure SQL...

Modern application development with Prisma, GraphQL (or REST) and Azure SQL

Prisma is an open-source next-generation ORM for Node.js and TypeScript that eliminates many of the usual challenges that developers face, making you more productive and confident when building data-intensive applications. You can use it as an alternative to traditional ORMs and SQL query builders to read and write data to your database.