Retrieve opened issue count on GitHub with Azure Durable Functions
The project can be built with the latest version of the .NET CLI. Or directly within Visual Studio 2017 with the .NET Core SDK.
Running the Sample
- GitHub Personal Access Token
- Azure Functions Tooling
- Visual Studio 2017
- .NET Core 2.1 SDK
- Azure Subscription (if running on Azure)
provision.ps1requires the Azure CLI 2.0
Open the solution in Visual Studio 2017. Change the
GitHubToken value in
local.settings.json to match your GitHub Personal Access Token created previously in the pre-requisite.
First, you will need to provision the service. Look into the
provision.ps1 file provided and modify the name of the storage and Azure Web Site values to ensure that they are unique.
Then you can execute the file with the previously generated GitHub.
.\provision.ps1 -githubToken <TOKEN> -resourceGroup <ResourceGroupName> -storageName <StorageAccountName> -functionName <FunctionName>