Azure functions are great, but a lot of application logic is driven by data in SQL Azure DBs. It would be great to have a trigger based on a SQL Azure row data.110 votes
This is currently on our radar and is now planned work. Thanks for voting!
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I have an Azure Function that binds to an input Event Hub and an output Service Bus Namespace. The output binding accepts the name of a queue. However, the event data coming from the Event Hub can potentially go to different queues. The determinant is in the message data. It would be nice to be able to tokenize the queue destination based on event data coming from the Event Hub7 votes
This remains unplanned.
C# and other environments are already supported; it would be nice if Go / Golang was one of them. I'd love to handle web requests using Golang + Azure Functions.
It could provide the "HTTP Requests" via the stdin, while the "HTTP Response" can be given via the stdout. (or whatever those two are called on Windows ;-) )252 votes
Please take a look at the custom handlers feature that allows you to write functions in Go. https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/azure-functions/functions-custom-handlers
Outside of out of the box providers like facebook and google, provide samples and guidance on how to authenticate with others like LinkedIn.171 votes
We have created an early public preview of OpenID Connect support, allowing you to bring your own OIDC provider: https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/app-service/configure-authentication-provider-openid-connect
If you have an OIDC provider you wish to use, we encourage you to try out this path. There are still some rough edges to the preview, but we’re hoping to smooth those out soon.
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