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Extend The Azure Functions Execution Timeout Value

13 September, 2022

The default maximum execution time of an individual Azure Function is 5 minutes. Sometimes, there will be a need to have a function that takes longer than that to execute. There are arguments that any function that takes that long should have the architecture changed to delegate the workload differently, however, if you need just a little bit more time, there is a way to enable this without having to re-architect the function.

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Returning JSON objects from an Azure Function in Node.js & Typescript

13 July, 2021

Often, by default, an Azure Function written in NodeJs stringifies the response object being returned. This results in unnecessary JSON parsing on the client in order to be able to process the response. Luckily, we can avoid this by making a simple change to the Azure Function to ensure the object is returned.

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What is Memoization?

08 May, 2023

Memoization is a term you will come across at some stage when reading about frontend frameworks, libraries and in various packages you may need to use. This post will explain what memoization is, why use memoization and how to implement memoization.

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What is the Partial Type in Typescript

04 June, 2022

The Partial type in Typescript is a built in type that provides some very useful functionality to us to help manipulate other user-defined types while we are developing our app