Browsing API Connections in the Azure Portal

UPDATE: There is a new “API CONNECTIONS” resource in the Azure Portal you can now browse to view, edit, authorize, and create new API Connections.   I had written a blog post on Using PowerShell to Manage API Connections to help with interrogating and cleaning up connections. Even though there isn’t a full portal experience for…


Using SOAP Services with Logic Apps

Guest Post by: Wagner Silveira Principal Integration Architect @ Theta @WSilveiraNZ   Logic Apps is a new Microsoft cloud integration technology, currently in preview. It allows API centric workflows to be automated and executed within the Azure Platform. The technology is planned to be in general availability in Q2 2016, according to Microsoft’s Integration Roadmap…


Using PowerShell to manage API Connections

Logic Apps now has Managed APIs that are hosted by the service.  To use one of them in a logic app all you need to do is create a connection that saves the authentication, consent and configuration to an API.  For example, a connection can remember your authentication and consent into dropbox and twitter as well…


Accessing v1 APIs and BizTalk APIs from Logic Apps

There are a lot of great things about the new Logic Apps Preview Refresh, but one of the questions that comes up is “How do I still access v1 API Apps or API Apps that aren’t yet managed APIs?”  You can still access these APIs and use their functionality in a Logic App, and we…


Deploying in the Logic Apps Preview Refresh

One of the key scenarios we wanted to improve as a team when building the Logic Apps Preview Refresh was the deployment process. In the original iteration of Logic Apps, we integrated with Azure API Apps v1, which meant that anytime you wanted to integrate with a service like OneDrive or Salesforce, you provisioned an…


Azure Logic Apps Connectors

Select an icon to learn how to quickly leverage these APIs to build apps that call these services. These APIs can be used to build logic apps and or power apps or both. For pricing information and a list of what is included with each Service Tier, see Azure App Service Pricing. Note: If you…


Long Running Tasks in Logic Apps

It’s a common scenario I get asked about often: “I’ve written a custom API app to integrate with Logic Apps, but it has a lot of work it has to do. It seems that Logic Apps is timing out the connection before the work completed.”  It’s a great question – what do you do when…


Using Logic Apps Webhook Triggers

We were excited to share yesterday in our webcast that you can now start using HTTP Webhook triggers in Logic Apps.  In the new designer the manual trigger will have its own option and display, but you can start building HTTP Webhook triggers today.  Here’s how: Creating an HTTP Webhook Trigger Create a Logic App…