AutofacOnFunctions: version 1 released with .net framework support

Finally version 1 of AutofacOnFunctions is available! Find the code on github. Have a look onto newest nuget package. Have a look onto the archive to support former versions. Lots of changes Due to the ongoing development of Azure Functions, there had been a lot of changes to the code. Additionally, …




AutofacOnFunctions: Named services support, fixes for breaking changes

A new version of Azure Functions was just released, called 1.0.19. While there are quite some changes in this release, like the fact that Function Apps must have exactly one single language and WebJobs had been updated to 3.0.0-beta8, there are some breaking changes. For complete information about the changes see the announcement. …




Azure Functions Dependency Injection: Autofac On Functions nuget Package

When starting to play around with Azure Functions, the lack of dependency injection support was pretty annoying. To overcome that issue I created a small library, Autofac On Functions, based on Azure Functions 1.x. Unfortunately it is not possible to generate a nuget package from these sources. Azure On Function with nuget package …




Azure Function Dependency Injection with AutoFac: Autofac on Functions

Autofac on Azure Functions. Azure still keeps evoling a lot. The next new and hot thing is Azure Functions. What makes Azure Function attractive? In the past six months I did have a look onto Azure Functions more often, but was on one hand pretty busy with a move to a …




Bad Image Exception on Azure Service Fabric Unit Tests

I just experienced this System.BadImageFormatException. Could not load file or assembly ‘System.Fabric, Version=5.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35’ or one of its dependencies. An attempt was made to load a program with an incorrect format. The unit test shall test a Azure Service Bus connection. Yes, sure it is a unit test and the …




The natural borders of Azure Cloud Queue: Taking the step to Service Bus

As stated in The natural border of azure cloud queue scalability we experienced pretty relevant issues with Cloud Queues. We believed we solved the issues, though. As a result of too heavy usage of exactly one Storage Account, we devided to split the traffic – which actually really had too much to do – to several …