In this video we are going to discuss a brand new feature found in Azure Logic Apps. It is called the Data Mapper and allows you to transform both XML and JSON documents.
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Azure Logic Apps is a cloud-based service provided by Microsoft Azure that allows you to automate workflows and integrate various services and systems. With Logic Apps, you can create workflows that perform various tasks, such as sending emails, transforming data, and triggering notifications, among others.
Logic Apps provides a visual designer that enables you to create workflows by dragging and dropping pre-built connectors for different services and systems, such as Azure Service Bus, Office 365, Dynamics 365, Salesforce, and many others. You can also use custom connectors to integrate with your own systems or services.
In addition to the visual designer, you can also create workflows using Azure Logic Apps REST API or Azure Functions. Logic Apps provides monitoring and analytics features that allow you to track the performance and behavior of your workflows.
Overall, Azure Logic Apps can help you to create powerful workflows and automate your business processes, saving you time and reducing manual errors.
Power Automate (formerly known as Microsoft Flow) and Logic Apps are both cloud-based services provided by Microsoft for automating workflows and integrating various services and systems. However, there are some key differences between these two services:
In summary, Power Automate is a low-code solution primarily for citizen developers, while Logic Apps is a more developer-centric solution with more advanced integration capabilities and more control over the execution environment.