Azure SQL Devs’ Corner

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

Connecting the Dots of Azure SQL CICD Part 2: Local Development

Join us for part two of our Azure SQL database change management (CICD) series. This post covers local development environments with Visual Studio Code. Prerequisites Check For Database Projects to deploy correctly, we need to have the .NET Core SDK installed. You can get it here with a direct link for windows x64 here. You can also ...

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...

Solving the River Crossing problem with SQL Graph

Graph theory and associated techniques are extremely powerful. Azure SQL allows native representation of graphs as node and edge tables, and provides breadth-first-search traversal for native path finding. This blog post demonstrates the ease of use, and great power of, these features by using them to solve the classic river crossing riddle!

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