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elprans Add support for raw data type bindings
The generic binding infrastructure now allows annotating the function
argument as `str` or `bytes`.  This also adds support for `str` and
`bytes` binding for the blob functions as an example.

The binding data adapter is responsible for checking the declared
`dataType` in function.json against the declared parameter type
annotation.  All existing bindings, except blob, currently refuse to
bind if `dataType` is specified.

Issue: #66.
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This repository will host the Python language worker implementation for Azure Functions. We'll also be using it to track work items related to Python support. Please feel free to leave comments about any of the features and design patterns.

🚧 The project is currently work in progress. Please do not use in production as we expect developments over time. To receive important updates, including breaking changes announcements, watch the Azure App Service announcements repository. 🚧

Overview

Python support for Azure Functions is based on Python3.6, serverless hosting on Linux and the Functions 2.0 runtime.

Here is the current status of Python in Azure Functions:

What's available?

  • Build, test, debug and publish using Azure Functions Core Tools (CLI) or Visual Studio Code
  • Triggers / Bindings : HTTP, Blob, Queue, Timer, Cosmos DB, Event Grid, Event Hubs and Service Bus
  • Create a Python Function on Linux using a custom docker image

What's coming?

  • Triggers / Bindings : Custom binding support
  • Python 3.7 support

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Give Feedback

Issues and feature requests are tracked in a variety of places. To report this feedback, please file an issue to the relevant repository below:

Item Description Link
Python Worker Programming Model, Triggers & Bindings File an Issue
Linux Base Docker Images File an Issue
Runtime Script Host & Language Extensibility File an Issue
Core Tools Command line interface for local development File an Issue
Portal User Interface or Experience Issue File an Issue
Templates Code Issues with Creation Template File an Issue

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This project welcomes contributions and suggestions. Most contributions require you to agree to a Contributor License Agreement (CLA) declaring that you have the right to, and actually do, grant us the rights to use your contribution. For details, visit https://cla.microsoft.com.

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This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact opencode@microsoft.com with any additional questions or comments.

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