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Use Azure Functions as a Proxy

Azure function recently added support for using it as a proxy for other APIs. The intention behind azure function proxies are that you can create a function app and use it as a proxy to hide several other function apps. But it can be used for many other interesting things. […]

Use custom http routes in Azure Functions

Per default Azure Functions uses the name of the function (which is in fact the directory name that contains the function files) as the http route. E.g. a function named products hosted in azure functions with the name mycompany will end up at a URL: https://mycompany.azurewebsites.net/products. That might be fine […]