Xiaokai He joins Scott Hanselman to discuss how easy it is for you to use Java to create an Azure Function, and then test & debug it locally before pushing it to the cloud. You can also use VS Code to implement lightweight Java applications such as Azure Functions.
For more information, see:
- Announcing the preview of Java support for Azure Functions (blog)
- Create your first function with Java and Maven (docs)
- Azure Functions Java developer guide (docs)
- GitHub repository
- Java in VS Code (docs)