Implementing continuous integration and continuous delivery with Azure Functions

Now that we have created a simple application through the Azure portal, the next question is how do we add a multiple number of functions, source code them and set up automated build and deployment. We do this, of course, through DevOps and automation. Let's start with continuous integration. As we know, continuous integration is an integral part of DevOps, where an application is integrated to work as one unit. We have to achieve the continuous integration, automated testing and continuous deployment for Azure Functions through automation. 

To start, we will first create an assembly line. The assembly line starts with a code repository like GitHub or SVN and ...

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