Entity Framework Core basically supports .NET Standard 2.0. Therefore, when you write codes for database, we can simply target netstandard2.0 in the .csproj file like below:
In my previous post, I briefly introduced yarm. It is a simple Azure Function app to convert ARM template in JSON format to YAML and vice versa. However, it wasn't that useful in a CI/CD pipeline.
Dependency Injections on Azure Functions is not that quite intuitive. I've written many blog posts about dependency management on Azure Functions to improve testability and this was my latest one.
I've been talking about managing dependencies and unit testing in Azure Functions quite a few times in those articles: Is Your Serverless Application Testable? – Azure Functions Precompiled Azure