Azure Storage for Serverless .NET Apps in MinutesAzure Storage for Serverless .NET Apps in Minutes

App Center Team

Azure Storage is a quick and effortless way to store data for applications that has high availability, is secure, scales and is redundant. This blog post walks through a simple application that creates a short code for a long URL to easily reference it. It uses Table Storage to map codes to URLs and a Queue to process redirect counts. Everything is handled by serverless Azure Functions. The only prerequisite to build and run locally is Visual Studio 2017 15.5 or later, including the Azure Developer workload. That will automatically install the Azure Storage Emulator you can use to program against tables, queues, blobs, and files on your local machine. You do not have to have an Azure account to run this on your machine.

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