I a previous blog I showed how you might replace your existing Azure WebJobs with Azure Functions. If you’re creating these functions as part of a project, you’re bound to have some sort of source control solution in place and you might want to leverage the possibility to automatically deploy your code (aka continuous integration).
In this blog post I will not be adding any new functionality to my aquarium monitor project. Instead, I’m going to replace already existing functionality. Not because that’s needed, but just because I can 😉 We’ll be looking at replacing our webjob instance using something new which is called Azure Functions. If you didn’t read it or