Durable Functions Monitor
A monitoring/debugging UI tool for Azure Durable Functions
Azure Durable Functions provide an easy and elegant way of building cloud-native Reliable Stateful Services in the Serverless world. The only thing that’s missing so far is a UI for monitoring, managing and debugging your orchestration instances. This project tries to bridge the gap.
How to use
You can run this tool as a VsCode extension, as a Standalone service or in Injected mode (installed as a NuGet package to your .Net Functions project).
See detailed instructions in our Wiki.
Contents of this repo
- durablefunctionsmonitor.dotnetbackend – the main component, implemented as a .Net-based Azure Function. Implements a thin layer of RESTful APIs on top of Durable Task Framework, also serves client UI statics.
- durablefunctionsmonitor.react – client UI implementation. A React app written in TypeScript. Compiled HTML/JS/CSS statics from this project are copied to this folder and then served by the backend.
- durablefunctionsmonitor-vscodeext – VsCode extension implementation, written in TypeScript.
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