Azure Code Samples
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The getting started sample demonstrates how to perform common tasks using the Azure File Service in .NET including creating a directory, uploading files to a directory, downloading files, as well as listing all the files in a directory.
A .NET application that uses Batch to process media files in parallel with the ffmpeg open-source tool.
Code for QuickStart article for accessing Blobs with .NET
This sample uses Azure Functions and Storage to generate a Markdown file with release notes when a new release is created in a GitHub repository
Building IoT or Mobile solutions are fun and exciting. This year for Build, we wanted to show the amazing scenarios that can come together when these two are combined. So, we went and developed a sample application. MyDriving uses a wide range of Azure services to process and analyze car telemetry data for both real-time insights and long-term patterns and trends. The following features are supported in the current version of the mobile app.
Shows how to implement the Circuit Breaker pattern for HA apps using RA-GRS Storage
Sample code that shows how to read and write large amounts of data to Azure storage
Getting started on managing storage accounts in C#
Demonstrates how to maintain backups of virtual machine disks using incremental snapshots
Getting started on managing storage accounts in C# asynchronously
The getting started sample demonstrates how to perform common tasks using the Azure Queue Service in .NET including inserting, peeking, getting and deleting queue messages, as well as creating and deleting queues.
Getting started on managing Network rules of a storage account using C#
The getting started sample demonstrates how to perform common tasks using the Azure Blob Service in .NET including uploading a blob, CRUD operations, listing, as well as blob snapshot creation.
Console application based on the Data Movement Library Getting Started article
Azure Queue Service Pop Receipt Sample with Image Upload and Face Recognition using Face API from Azure Cognitive Services
A basic .NET application that introduces Batch features such as pools, nodes, jobs, tasks, and interation with Storage.
This sample shows how to generate and use shared access signatures (SAS). The sample demonstrates how to create both an ad-hoc SAS and a SAS associated with a stored access policy.