In the previous post I described how to use Azure Logic Apps to invoke Azure Functions when a new item added to the SharePoint Online list. In this post I am going to describe how to visualize results produced by that function. I am going to describe couple other webparts that I created. Also, I will continue discussing serverless architecture, I will show how it can be applied to modern SharePoint Online.
In the previous post I described how to implement Azure Function for data transformation. In this post I am going to show how to use Azure Logic Apps in order to invoke a function when a new item is added to the list.
In the previous post I showed how to create Azure Function and interact with SharePoint Online using SharePoint CSOM and Access Token received from Azure Active Directory using ADAL.NET. In this post I will continue to work with Azure Functions and will create a function that actually has some business logic and can be used in real-life scenarios.
In previous post I showed how to create Azure Active Directory app and set up required permissions. Also, I provided the example of code that can be used to interact with SharePoint Online REST API using SharePoint CSOM. In this post I am going to apply a similar approach in order to provision SharePoint Online artifacts to the target site using Azure Functions.
In this post I am going to show how to create Azure Active Directory app and call SharePoint Online rest API from C# code.