Retrieve opened issue count on GitHub with Azure Durable Functions
The project requires the latest version of the Azure Functions CLI.
It can be installed by running the following code:
npm i -g azure-functions-core-tools@core --unsafe-perm true
More installation options are also available.
Running the Sample
- GitHub Personal Access Token
- Azure Functions Tooling
- Visual Studio Code (optional)
- Azure Functions Extension for debugging
- Azure Subscription (if running on Azure)
GitHubToken value in
local.settings.json to match your GitHub Personal Access Token created previously in the pre-requisite.
To ensure that everything is configured properly run the following commands within the
func extensions install npm install
Once the dependencies has been installed, you can either run it from VS Code by running
code . and hitting F5 on your keyboard. If you want to run it from the command line, you can run it with the following command within the
func host start
First, you will need to provision the service. Look into the
provision.ps1 file provided to familiarize yourself with the resources we are going to create.
Then you can execute the file with the previously generated GitHub.
.\provision.ps1 -githubToken <TOKEN> -resourceGroup <ResourceGroupName> -storageName <StorageAccountName> -functionName <FunctionName>
If you do not have PowerShell installed, you can simply take the commands within the file and run it manually.
You can contribute to this sample by following the guidelines.