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I recently created a video showing how you can use the Visual Studio Tooling for Azure Functions which is a great way to create and debug C# functions.

But you can also use the Azure Functions CLI to create new function apps and functions, test them locally and even debug them in Visual Studio Code. In this video I run through the steps to do exactly that, creating a JavaScript HTTP triggered function, and attaching the VS Code debugger to step through.

Read more about local development and debugging of Azure Functions.

Want to learn more about how easy it is to get up and running with Azure Functions? Be sure to check out my Pluralsight course Azure Functions Fundamentals.
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