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A 4-post collection

Angular, Azure Storage, and Function Proxies - Oh My!

As I was working on the Securing Azure Functions with Azure Active Directory series, I wanted a simple way to test the application and OAuth flows in Azure. This seemed like a perfect time to try out the use of Azure Blob Storage for hosting static files and using Azure Function Proxies to deliver the Angular app. As a bonus, I got to learn a bit about integrating the process in Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) build using the Azure CLI VSTS Task. The Required Azure Components Obviously we will need some Azure components. The Azure CLI and the snippets/scripts below get this part done quickly. If you don't have the Azure CLI, go get it now. The script...


Azure AD Secured Azure Functions - Creating an Angular Client Application

Part 3 - Azure AD Secured Azure Functions - Creating an Angular Client Application Part 1 - Creating an Azure Function with the Azure CLI 2.0 Part 2 - Securing an Azure Function with Azure Active Directory Part 3 - Creating an Angular Client Application Part 4 - Adding Azure Active Directory Group Claims Checks This is part three of a series of posts about consuming Azure Functions secured by Azure Active Directory. The goal: create an Azure Function, secure it with Azure Active Directory, and use Angular to pull data back from the AAD secured Function. In Part 1 we created an Azure Function App and a basic Function. In Part 2 we secured our Azure Function using...


Securing Azure Functions with Azure Active Directory - Part 1

Creating an Azure Function with the Azure CLI 2.0 Part 1 - Creating an Azure Function with the Azure CLI 2.0 Part 2 - Securing an Azure Function with Azure Active Directory Part 3 - Creating an Angular Client Application Part 4 - Adding Azure Active Directory Group Claims Checks This is Part 1 of a multi-part post about consuming Azure Functions secured by Azure Active Directory. I have been using Office 365 applications with OAuth tokens for a while, but wanted to dive a bit deeper and learn some of what is going on behind the scenes. While I learned a lot for this series, and it may not be an exact match to all of the...


My Top Five VS Code Extensions for Outlook Addin Development

The release of Visual Studio Code 1.3.0 brought enhancements to browsing for and managing Visual Studio Code Extensions. With the 1.3.0 release an extensions pane was introduced to search for installing and managing extensions to VS Code. This is similar to extension management for Visual Studio (for Windows), Brackets, and other editors too. I have been spending some of my free time (since I have so much) trying to get back into coding and chose to create an Outlook Addin using Angular 2 and TypeScript, so now I really have no free time! To keep the spin up/spin down time for these sessions as low as possible, I wanted to only use my Mac Book...