This video looks at two fundamental aspects of Azure Logic Apps: triggers and connections. Triggers determine when and whether the Logic App will run, and connections enable sending and receiving information among services, including asking online services to act on your behalf. The sample logic app monitors an RSS feed and when a new item is published, sends the item title to a Slack channel.
- [Instructor] Once you have created a few Logic Apps,…you will find creating a new one from a blank canvas…is almost as quick as creating one from a template.…It is also necessary to start with a blank canvas…when there is no template that match your requirements.…I would suggest you always start with a blank canvas…when you're doing something custom,…but whenever you have a template that is close…to what you're trying to achieve,…start with the template and customize from there.…For the sake of seeing what is available…in Azure Logic Apps, let's start with a blank canvas now.…
In the Azure Portal, click the plus symbol…to add a new Logic App.…In the Marketplace, search for Logic App…and select the Logic App by Microsoft.…Click Create.…In this scenario, we will read from an RSS feed,…so we will monitor my blog, and when a new post shows up,…we will place the post in Slack.…This will be in an existing resource group.…
I consider this part of our Social_Media_LogicApps,…and by default, this will now go into West US.…
- What is Azure Logic Apps?
- API connections: triggers and actions
- Composing a workflow
- Adding custom code with Azure Functions
- Security and monitoring