Logic Apps

Official Documentation

Service Description

Using Logic Apps, workflows can be defined that consist of a sequence of API calls and the corresponding progressive processing of data, i.e., returns from an API can be used as call parameters for subsequent APIs. This enables the implementation of business processes that can include custom application logic (using independently developed APIs) and logic from various backend systems (via pre-built connectors loaded from the Marketplace and appropriately configured).

Getting Started

  1. Azure Logic Apps - Getting Started
    7/26/2016, Video, 0:04:28
  2. Episode 176: Logic Apps with Stephen Siciliano
    5/29/2015, Video, 0:27:07
  3. Build cloud-first Enterprise integration solutions with Logic Apps
    9/30/2016, Video, 1:19:04
  4. Logic Apps
    4/27/2015, Video, 1:02:04
  5. Automate Business Process With Logic Apps (Deep Dive)
    3/27/2016, Video, 0:20:43
  6. Integrating your Systems with Logic Apps
    3/30/2016, Video, 0:15:32

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Azure Documentation

1. Overview
     1.1. What are logic apps?
     1.2. B2B with Enterprise Integration Pack
     1.3. Connectors
2. Get started
     2.1. Create your first logic app
     2.2. Templates for logic apps
     2.3. Create logic apps from templates
3. How To
     3.1. Build
          3.1.1. Build and deploy logic apps with Visual Studio
          3.1.2. Add conditions and run workflows
          3.1.3. Add switch statements
          3.1.4. Add custom code with Azure Functions
          3.1.5. Loops, scopes, and data debatching
          3.1.6. Author logic app definitions
          3.1.7. Create custom APIs for logic apps
          3.1.8. Call custom APIs for logic apps
          3.1.9. Call logic app endpoints as triggers
          3.1.10. Handle errors and exceptions
          3.1.11. Handle content types
          3.1.12. Secure your logic apps
          3.1.13. Troubleshooting
          3.1.14. Limits and config
     3.2. B2B with Enterprise Integration Pack
          3.2.1. Integration accounts
          3.2.2. Partners
          3.2.3. Agreements
          3.2.4. B2B processing
          3.2.5. XML processing
          3.2.6. Flat file processing
          3.2.7. Validate XML
          3.2.8. Add schemas for XML validation
          3.2.9. Transform XML
          3.2.10. Add maps for XML transform
          3.2.11. Add certificates for B2B security
          3.2.12. Store metadata for artifacts
          3.2.13. AS2 enterprise integration
          3.2.14. AS2 encoding
          3.2.15. AS2 decoding
          3.2.16. EDIFACT enterprise integration
          3.2.17. EDIFACT encoding
          3.2.18. EDIFACT decoding
          3.2.19. X12 enterprise integration
          3.2.20. X12 encoding
          3.2.21. X12 decoding
     3.3. Access on-premises data
          3.3.1. Connect to on-premises data
          3.3.2. Install data gateway
     3.4. Automate & deploy
          3.4.1. Create automated deployment templates
          3.4.2. Publish from Visual Studio
     3.5. Manage & monitor
          3.5.1. Manage logic apps with Visual Studio
          3.5.2. Monitor logic apps
          3.5.3. Manage integration accounts
          3.5.4. Monitor B2B messages
               3.5.4.1. AS2 tracking schema
               3.5.4.2. X12 tracking schema
               3.5.4.3. Custom tracking schema
               3.5.4.4. Track B2B messages in OMS
               3.5.4.5. Query OMS for messages
     3.6. Examples, scenarios, and walkthroughs
          3.6.1. Overview
          3.6.2. Call logic apps with Azure Functions
          3.6.3. Add error and exception handling
          3.6.4. B2B processing
     3.7. Pricing & billing
          3.7.1. Pricing
          3.7.2. Usage metering
4. Reference
     4.1. Workflow definition language
     4.2. Workflow actions and triggers
     4.3. REST API
     4.4. PowerShell
     4.5. Schema History
          4.5.1. GA
          4.5.2. Preview
5. Resources
     5.1. Service updates
     5.2. MSDN Forum
     5.3. Stack Overflow

Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA)

Date Title
6/9/2015 Einführung in den Azure App Service

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