"Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard"
– Tim Notke
The following is a list of some of the ways in which Functions can output their results:
- Available input and output bindings
- Event Bus/Service Bus
In simple English, binding is holding things together. In the Azure Function, binding is used to bind other resources of Azure with our Azure Function.
Let's take one example where binding is required in our Azure Function. So, suppose you want to load an external configuration file from blob storage when your function starts. You need to bind the file with the Azure Function. Using binding, you do not need to hardcode anything in your code. You just need to bind the configuration file with the function and take the file from the blob storage when it starts. We can bind not only the input of the function but also the output of the function too.
So, suppose after executing the function we need to store the result in the Azure Table Storage. For that, we need...