Microsoft Flow – PowerApps – Create your own custom version of standard connectors

Did you know that you can customise out of the box connectors in Microsoft Flow? Well you actually can't modify them but you could create your own version as a custom connector. Normally you would use the custom connector options within the Flow UI, avoiding manual json editing. PowerShell for PowerApps and Flow You will … Continue reading Microsoft Flow – PowerApps – Create your own custom version of standard connectors

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Taking the DIY a bit further

Microsoft Flow – Create your own custom connectors – Part 2

In Part 1 of this series of posts I have looked at creating a new custom connector. If after reading part 1 you are still happy to do all the DIY, then here is the next part of my series about custom connectors. In this post I'm updating an existing custom connector. Importing a custom … Continue reading Microsoft Flow – Create your own custom connectors – Part 2

Is Flow like DIY?

Microsoft Flow – Write your own custom connectors – part 1

Microsoft Flow has currently 211 connectors available. Sometimes however you might find that you need to create custom connectors into applications that aren't available in the list of connectors. Now you've got a few options available: Wait for the connector to become available Use the standard HTTP request actions available within Flow Write a custom … Continue reading Microsoft Flow – Write your own custom connectors – part 1