How to create Azure Functions from OpenAPI specifications using Visual Studio Code

An update that caught my eye recently is the introduction of being able to create #azurefunctions through the Azure Functions #vscode extension or command line using an existing OpenAPI specification. When imported, the extension generates all the necessary functions for the API, preconfigured based on the OpenAPI specification, in either C#, Python, TypeScript, Java, with support for JavaScript and PowerShell coming soon. Since Azure functions can be imported to API Management it certainly makes the route to go to shift to a #cloudnativearchitecture with i.e. a modern API gateway pattern using Azure #apimanagement and serverless Azure functions even shorter. Definitely something to check out I think for everyone looking to explore or shift to a serverless architecture or consumption-based billing model.

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