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. 7/26/2016, Video, 0:04:28
    Get started building your first Azure Logic App.
  2. 10/5/2018, Video, 0:20:29
    This session explores how to build custom integration solutions with Azure Logic Apps to automate, integrate, and manage your cloud native applications by leveraging various...
  3. 10/11/2017, Video, 1:11:42
    Logic Apps is built for enterprise integration which means mission critical 24x7 businesses like yours. In this session we cover our B2B and message processing capabilities,...
  4. 10/18/2018, Video, 1:18:32
    Learn how to seamlessly connect on-premises and cloud applications using 200+ out-of-the-box connectors, including SAP, Salesforce, Office 365, and Microsoft Dynamics. Azure...
  5. 3/27/2016, Video, 0:20:43
    See how you can use Azure Logic Apps to automate business process that integrate with services in the cloud without using code. This session will introduce Logic App...
  6. 5/6/2018, Video, 1:11:42
    Make your colleagues gasp at how fast you can put together a sophisticated integration solution in no time using the power of Azure. Learn how our Azure integration services...
  7. 5/6/2018, Video, 1:16:21
    Serverless applications are transforming the ways that developers are solving problems by radically increasing productivity and reducing operational friction. In this session,...



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Logic Apps Documentation

1. Overview
     1.1. What is Azure Logic Apps?
2. Quickstarts
     2.1. Create logic apps - Azure portal
     2.2. Create logic apps - Visual Studio
     2.3. Create logic apps - Visual Studio Code
3. Tutorials
     3.1. Check traffic regularly
     3.2. Manage mailing list requests
     3.3. Process email attachments
4. Concepts
     4.1. Connectors for Logic Apps
     4.2. Serverless with Azure
     4.3. B2B integration & EDI processing
     4.4. Access to Azure Virtual Networks
5. How-to guides
     5.1. Develop
          5.1.1. Create from prebuilt templates
          5.1.2. Migrate from BizTalk Services
          5.1.3. Control workflow execution
               5.1.3.1. Conditional statements
               5.1.3.2. Switch statements
               5.1.3.3. Branches
               5.1.3.4. Loops
               5.1.3.5. Scopes
          5.1.4. Create variables for saving values
          5.1.5. Perform data operations
          5.1.6. Add custom code with Azure Functions
          5.1.7. Call logic apps with Azure Functions
          5.1.8. Call, trigger, or nest logic apps
          5.1.9. Batch process messages
          5.1.10. Author JSON definitions
          5.1.11. Handle content types
          5.1.12. Handle errors and exceptions
          5.1.13. Handle large messages
          5.1.14. Secure
               5.1.14.1. Secure your logic apps
               5.1.14.2. Authenticate with managed identities
          5.1.15. Develop custom connectors
          5.1.16. Develop custom APIs
               5.1.16.1. Create custom APIs for logic apps
               5.1.16.2. Secure calls to custom APIs
               5.1.16.3. Deploy and call custom APIs
          5.1.17. Troubleshoot errors
     5.2. Develop for B2B scenarios
          5.2.1. Create an integration account
          5.2.2. Trading partners
          5.2.3. Agreements
          5.2.4. Artifact metadata
          5.2.5. Receive B2B messages
          5.2.6. Exchange AS2 messages
               5.2.6.1. AS2 encoding
               5.2.6.2. AS2 decoding
          5.2.7. Exchange EDIFACT messages
               5.2.7.1. EDIFACT encoding
               5.2.7.2. EDIFACT decoding
               5.2.7.3. Handle EDIFACT files with UNH2.5 segment
          5.2.8. Exchange X12 messages
               5.2.8.1. X12 encoding
               5.2.8.2. X12 decoding
          5.2.9. Batch and send EDI messages
          5.2.10. Process flat files
          5.2.11. Process XML
          5.2.12. Validate XML
          5.2.13. Add schemas for XML validation
          5.2.14. Transform XML
          5.2.15. Add maps for XML transform
          5.2.16. Transform JSON
          5.2.17. Add security certificates
          5.2.18. Troubleshoot B2B errors
          5.2.19. Build a disaster recovery plan
     5.3. Connect to virtual networks with isolated environments
     5.4. Access on-premises data
          5.4.1. Install data gateway
          5.4.2. Connect to on-premises data
     5.5. Connectors - In-depth topics
          5.5.1. AS2
          5.5.2. Azure Blob Storage
          5.5.3. Azure Event Hubs
          5.5.4. Azure Functions
          5.5.5. Azure Logic Apps
          5.5.6. Azure Service Bus
          5.5.7. Azure SQL Database
          5.5.8. Bing Search
          5.5.9. Box
          5.5.10. Custom APIs and web apps
          5.5.11. DB2
          5.5.12. Dropbox
          5.5.13. Dynamics 365 CRM Online
          5.5.14. EDIFACT
          5.5.15. Excel Online for Business or OneDrive
          5.5.16. Facebook
          5.5.17. File system
          5.5.18. Flat file
          5.5.19. FTP
          5.5.20. GitHub
          5.5.21. Google Drive
          5.5.22. HTTP
          5.5.23. HTTP + Swagger
          5.5.24. HTTP Webhook
          5.5.25. Informix
          5.5.26. Integration Account
          5.5.27. MailChimp
          5.5.28. Microsoft Translator
          5.5.29. MQ
          5.5.30. Office 365 Outlook
          5.5.31. Office 365 Users
          5.5.32. Office 365 Video
          5.5.33. OneDrive
          5.5.34. OneDrive for Business
          5.5.35. Oracle Database
          5.5.36. Outlook.com
          5.5.37. Project Online
          5.5.38. Request / Response
          5.5.39. RSS
          5.5.40. Salesforce
          5.5.41. SAP (New)
          5.5.42. SAP
          5.5.43. Schedule
          5.5.44. SendGrid
          5.5.45. SFTP
          5.5.46. SFTP - SSH
          5.5.47. SharePoint
          5.5.48. Slack
          5.5.49. SMTP
          5.5.50. SQL Server
          5.5.51. Transform XML
          5.5.52. Trello
          5.5.53. Twitter
          5.5.54. Twilio
          5.5.55. Wunderlist
          5.5.56. X12
          5.5.57. XML Validation
          5.5.58. Yammer
     5.6. Manage
          5.6.1. Manage logic apps - Visual Studio
          5.6.2. Manage integration accounts
          5.6.3. Migrate to latest schema
     5.7. Deploy
          5.7.1. Define and deploy logic apps
          5.7.2. Create deployment templates - Visual Studio
     5.8. Monitor
          5.8.1. Monitor logic apps
          5.8.2. Monitor logic apps with Log Analytics
          5.8.3. Monitor B2B messages with Log Analytics
               5.8.3.1. Track B2B messages with Log Analytics
               5.8.3.2. Create queries for B2B messages with Log Analytics
     5.9. Examples, scenarios, and walkthroughs
          5.9.1. Data operations - code examples
          5.9.2. Monitor social media
          5.9.3. Build a serverless app - Visual Studio
          5.9.4. Add error and exception handling
          5.9.5. B2B processing
6. Reference
     6.1. Architecture patterns
          6.1.1. Basic enterprise integration
          6.1.2. Enterprise integration with queues and events
     6.2. Connectors - Full details
     6.3. Limits and config
     6.4. Usage metering
     6.5. Azure PowerShell
     6.6. REST API
     6.7. Resource Manager template
     6.8. Workflow Definition Language schema
          6.8.1. Trigger and action types reference
          6.8.2. Functions reference
          6.8.3. GA - Schema history
     6.9. Tracking schemas
          6.9.1. AS2 tracking schema
          6.9.2. X12 tracking schema
          6.9.3. Custom tracking schema
7. Resources
     7.1. Azure Logic Apps roadmap
     7.2. Azure roadmap
     7.3. MSDN forum
     7.4. Stack Overflow
     7.5. Twitter
     7.6. Pricing
     7.7. Pricing calculator
     7.8. Service updates
     7.9. Customer stories
     7.10. Videos

Online Training Content

Date Title
5/5/2017 Cloud-Anwendungsentwicklung
6/9/2015 Einführung in den Azure App Service

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Videos

Date Title Length
1/15/2019
How to deploy Azure Logic Apps through Visual Studio 2017 | Azure Tips and Tricks
0:02:14
1/11/2019
Learn about Serverless technology in Azure Government
0:29:11
1/8/2019
How to work with connectors in Azure Logic Apps | Azure Tips and Tricks
0:03:03
12/3/2018
Build automated workflows with Logic Apps on Azure Government
0:10:05
11/27/2018
How to edit an existing API Connection with Azure Logic Apps | Azure Tips and Tricks
0:01:07
11/20/2018
How to quickly roll back versions of Azure Logic Apps | Azure Tips and Tricks
0:00:44
11/13/2018
How to create a HTTP Trigger with Azure Logic Apps | Azure Tips and Tricks
0:02:04
11/8/2018
How to easily work with JSON with Azure Logic Apps | Azure Tips and Tricks
0:01:14
10/25/2018
Core Azure solutions - automation (ops) - BRK2399
0:37:02
10/25/2018
Build scalable static sites with serverless - BRK2383
0:51:41

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