If you have been following my posts over the recent year you will know that I like writing about Microsoft Flow. Microsoft Flow is the tool to use if you want to implement workflow or automation processes,however there are some reasons why you may want to use Azure Logic apps instead. Reason 1 - Connectors … Continue reading 5 reasons to use Azure LogicApps instead of Microsoft Flow.
I'm sure all my followers are aware that I use Microsoft Flow for a lot of the solutions that I deliver to my clients at Triad. Sometimes however Flow needs a bit of help from its Azure friend, LogicApps. LogicApps and Flow are almost the same, but there are a few reasons why you might … Continue reading MQ Series, when you need LogicApps rather than Microsoft Flow
On a regular basis I refer Microsoft Flow developers to my Try-Catch-Finally-patttern, but what if you need to use LogicApps. Can you use the same pattern? Well, you could but ... There is a small catch. When I use my Try Catch Finally template in Logic Apps, I found that it isn't possible to … Continue reading Implementing a Try, Catch, Finally in Logic Apps