How Bindings in Azure Functions Work
In this post, I'll explain what Bindings are in C# Azure Functions and how they work with in-process Functions. In Isolated Process Functions, Bindings use Bindings as a way of connecting resources to our functions. We can use input and output bindings and the data from our bindings is provided to our Functions as parameters. Bindings in Isolated Project are different because they can't use binding classes like IAsyncCollector<T>. We also have to rely on strings, arrays and POCOs (Plain Old Class Objects)
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