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Azure Logic Apps is a cloud service that automates the execution of your business processes or workflows. It allows you to use a graphical design tool called the Logic Apps Designer to arrange pre-made components into the sequence you need. There are three ways in which we can create Logic App. Azure Portal – probably the most used form. … Continue reading Developer Tools for Logic Apps 1 : Create Logic app using Azure Portal
In order to create logic app using visual studio we should have VS Community edition or greater. Prerequisites Visual Studio 2019, 2017, or 2015 – Community edition or greater; Visual Studio Tools for Azure: In the Visual Studio installer, install Visual Studio (or modify an existing installation). Make sure the Azure development and ASP.NET and web development workloads are selected. Install Azure … Continue reading Developer Tools for Logic Apps 2: How to Add Logic App extension in Visual Studio
The Logic Apps designer integrates with the current Azure Resource Group project so you can seamlessly work with resource deployments that include Logic Apps. Open Visual Studio and on the Create a new project panel, select C# > Azure > Cloud, or select for Azure Resource Group; Select Azure Resource Group from the template list; On the Configure your new project panel, give a proper Project name, Location, Solution name, … Continue reading Developer Tools for Logic Apps 3: Using the Visual Studio to create your Logic Apps
VS Code is the light weight and yet powerful editor to create logic app. In order to create logic app in VS code you must have Visual Studio Code 1.31.0 (January 2019) or later. To start with, first, you must install the extension from the marketplace. To do that, search Azure Logic Apps extension in the marketplace and Click on Install. Open … Continue reading Developer Tools for Logic Apps 4: Using the Visual Studio Code to create your Logic Apps
Azure App Configuration is a managed service that helps developers centralize their application configuration and feature settings simply and securely. Use Azure App Configuration to store and secure configuration settings for your application in a single location. App configuration offer the following benefits. A fully managed service that can be set up in minutes Flexible … Continue reading How to Read value from App Configuration in Logic App
This blog will guide you through how the paginated data from API’s can be handled and Processed in Azure Logic App.
Microsoft Azure offer two different messaging services like Service Bus and Storage queues they are mainly used for to perform specific action or send response. Azure Service Bus It is the one of the oldest services of the Azure platform – it is a highly reliable, brokered cloud messaging system. This service is aimed for … Continue reading How to Use Messaging Service in Azure?
GitHub is a platform that is used by developers to work together on the same program at the same time. The underlying program is called Git and it keeps track of different versions and by giving support for merging conflicting modifications by different people. GitHub is an online hosting platform of code that you share … Continue reading Getting started with Git Service in Azure DevOps
Application insights is cloud service is use to monitor Azure Cloud Service App for availability, performance, failures, and usage by combining data from Application Insights SDKs with Azure Diagnostics data from your cloud services. Application Insights collects log, performance, and error data, and automatically detects performance anomalies. Application Insights includes powerful analytics tools to help you diagnose … Continue reading Application Insights for Server less Computing
This is the second part of a blog, where we will learn how to create a dedicated SQL pool step by step and also see how to connect server via SSMS. Create a dedicated SQL pool: Step 1: Once your Azure Synapse workspace is ready, click on New dedicated SQL pool. Step 2: Create a … Continue reading Azure Synapse Analytics – Part 2 – How to create a dedicated SQL pool and connect via SSMS