Category: Logic Apps

#LogicApps – Working with Visual Studio 2017 and Logic Apps #VS2017

#LogicApps – Working with Visual Studio 2017 and Logic Apps #VS2017

Hello! Among all the characteristics that has Logic Apps, there is one that is worth emphasizing We can use Visual Studio 2017 to create, edit and publish Logic apps type applicationsLogic Apps There is an excellent tutorial in the official documentation (see references), although there are a couple of things that need to be clarified […]

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#LogicApps – Trabajando con Visual Studio 2017 y LogicApps #VS2017

#LogicApps – Trabajando con Visual Studio 2017 y LogicApps #VS2017

Hola! Entre todas las caracterisitcas que tiene Logic Apps, hay una que vale la pena recalcar Podemos utilizar Visual Studio 2017 para crear, editar y publicar aplicaciones de tipo Logic Apps Hay un excelente tutorial en la documentación oficial (ver referencias), aunque hay un par de cosas que es necesario aclarar para poder tener todo […]

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#LogicApps – Let’s create our first Logic App in #Azure

#LogicApps – Let’s create our first Logic App in #Azure

Hello! In today’s post I will continue to explain some of the cool Logic Apps features. The first thing to keep in mind is that a Logic App is specific type of Azure App Service. To this day, supported types are Web App Web App for Containers Functions App API App Logic App As with […]

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#LogicApps – Creando nuestra primera Logic App en #Azure

#LogicApps – Creando nuestra primera Logic App en #Azure

Hola! En el post de hoy seguiré explicando las características que poseen los procesos en Logic Apps. Lo primero para tener en cuenta es que una Logic App es tipo específico de Azure App Service. Hasta el día de hoy, los tipos soportados son Web App Web App for Containers Functions App API App Logic […]

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#LogicApps – Introduction and main differences with Microsoft Flow #MSFlow

#LogicApps – Introduction and main differences with Microsoft Flow #MSFlow

Hello! After writing a lot about Microsoft Flow (see References), it’s time to move on with his older brother: Azure Logic Apps. To get an idea of the relationship between the two products, it’s best to start with Microsoft Flow is built on the features and architecture provided by Azure Logic Apps. Both tools give […]

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#LogicApps – Intro y diferencias con Microsoft Flow #MSFlow

#LogicApps – Intro y diferencias con Microsoft Flow #MSFlow

Hola! Después de escribir bastante sobre Microsoft Flow (ver referencias), es momento de pasar a su hermano mayor: Azure Logic Apps. Para tener una idea de la relación entre ambos productos, lo mejor es empezar por Microsoft Flow está construido sobre las funcionalidades y arquitectura que provee Azure Logic Apps. Ambas herramientas nos brindan la […]

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#Flow – Export and Import Flow definitions with advanced options

#Flow – Export and Import Flow definitions with advanced options

Hi! I’ve been back to Microsoft Flow and I found a lot of new features since I was “here”. Today I’ll write about Export and Import Flow Definitions. This seems to be a simple topics, however because we are dealing with external services and different accounts, some scenarios can became quite complex. For this sample, […]

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