Azure API Management Extension for Visual Studio Code
Use the Azure API Management extension to perform common management operations on your Azure API Management service instances without switching away from Visual Studio Code.
Azure API Management is a fully managed service that helps customers to securely expose their APIs to external and internal consumers. API Management serves as a facade and a front door for the API implementations and enables their frictionless consumption by developers. Visit this page for more information and resources related to Azure API Management.
All you need is an Azure Subscription to get started. If you don't have one, click here for a free subscription with $200 in Azure credits!
Create an API Management instance using defaults
Create an API Management instance using custom options
Create an API by importing an OpenAPI specification
Please note: only JSON format is supported currently.
Edit an API in Azure Resource Manager format
Edit an API in OpenAPI format
Test an API
Create and edit a Named Value
Extract Service or API
Import Function App
Import App Service Web App
Deploy Gateway with Docker or Kubernetes
Scaffold Azure Functions
Show diffs against last saved version
Switch API Revision
Release API Revision
Self-Hosted Gateway Debugging
Intellisense for Policy Expressions.
Follow instructions here.
Managing Azure Subscriptions
If you are not signed in to Azure, you will see a "Sign in to Azure..." link. Alternatively, you can select "View->Command Palette" in the VS Code menu, and search for "Azure: Sign In".
If you don't have an Azure Account, you can sign up for one today for free and receive $200 in credits by selecting "Create a Free Azure Account..." or selecting "View->Command Palette" and searching for "Azure: Create an Account".
You may sign out of Azure by selecting "View->Command Palette" and searching for "Azure: Sign Out".
To select which subscriptions show up in the extension's explorer, click on the "Select Subscriptions..." button on any subscription node (indicated by a "filter" icon when you hover over it), or select "View->Command Palette" and search for "Azure: Select Subscriptions". Note that this selection affects all VS Code extensions that support the Azure Account and Sign-In extension.
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