Binding to an Azure function is a way of declaratively connecting another resource to it; bindings may be connected as input, output, or both. Data from bindings is provided as parameters.
Bindings are optional and a function might have one or multiple input and/or output bindings.
In this video, I walk through a simple example of using a Table and Queue output bindings with Azure Functions.
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