In a previous series of asynchronous programming, we explored the behind the scenes of Async code. Here is a summary of the same for quick reference.
In the previous blog post, we explored how to Enqueue and Dequeue items from Azure Storage. Let us continue our exploration of Queue storage and write code to "peek" from a queue. Peek/Retrieve From Queue For retrieve from Queue, you could use the CloudQueue.PeekMessageAsync() method. For example, [FunctionName("PeekItemFromQueue")] public static async Task<IActionResult> PeekItemFromQueue( [HttpTrigger(AuthorizationLevel.Anonymous, "post", Route = … Continue reading CRUD Operations with Azure Queue Storage in an Azure Function – Retrieve
An Azure queue is ideal for storing large number of messages, with each message having an upper cap of 64 Kb. This is ideal for providing asynchronous message queueing facility between application clients. Queue concepts can be broken down into 4 components. Storage Account : Like all other Azure Storage facilities, Queue is also linked … Continue reading CRUD Operations with Azure Queue Storage in an Azure Function – Create And Delete
In an previous article on Overhead of explicit threads, we revisited why wrong usages of explicit threads could lead to overheads. Here is a summarized sketch note on the same for quick reading.