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Public preview: Identity-based connections in Azure Functions with latest Azure SDK triggers and bindings
Azure functions can now connect using an identity instead of a secret.
Durable Functions, an extension to the Azure Functions runtime, adds two new storage provider options in public preview.
PowerShell users can use Durable Functions create serverless workflows to orchestrate complex, long-running automation processes.
Azure Static Web Apps, currently in public preview, now supports building and deploying apps with Azure DevOps.
General availability: Networking for Key Vault references on Windows in App Service and Azure Functions
Key Vault references in App Service and Azure Functions now support accessing vaults with network access controls from Windows apps with virtual network integrations.
Python developers can now create serverless workflows to orchestrate complex data processing and data science workloads in Azure Functions.
Azure Functions now supports running production applications in .NET 5, the latest version of .NET.
Azure Functions support for the Node.js 14 runtime is now in general availability.
Azure Communication Services is now interoperable with Microsoft Teams in preview, enabling you to leverage a unified offering for both internal and external communication experiences.
Version pinning is no longer required for Key Vault references in App Service and Azure Functions.
Announcing some enhancements to the development experience for Python workloads in Azure Functions, including support for Python 3.9.
A new version of the App Service Authentication/Authorization portal experience is now in preview.
You can now use the RabbitMQ triggers and bindings extension to respond and send messages with Azure Functions.
You can develop Azure Functions using languages and runtimes that do not currently have first-class support.
Developers can now build and publish Java Azure Functions Apps on Linux.
Developers can now build and publish Azure Functions Apps using Node.js 14.
Create a function app from an Open API Definition using VS Code
Developers can now build and publish Azure Functions Apps using Java 11.
Developers can now build and publish applications built entirely in .NET with Static Web Apps using Blazor WebAssembly and C# API's.
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