Review Workflow Definition Language and Logic Apps feedback.
- [Tutor] Now that you've had a first look at Azure Logic Apps, go in and create some of your own. If you'd like to look under the hood, I would encourage you to look at the workflow definition language. You may remember looking at the code view behind the visual designer. There is a lot of information about what is possible in code, and would give you a lot of powerful extra capabilities. There's also a long list of existing connectors. You can create your own. It's worth looking at how to do that to get a better understanding of how triggers and actions actually work behind the scenes, even if you're not going to create your own.
Then lastly do provide feedback. This is a relatively new service so you can still influence what it looks like, how it's going to work, and even what connectors get created first. If you do have a chance to create your own workflows, please get in touch and let me know what you've done with Azure Logic Apps.
- What is Azure Logic Apps?
- API connections: triggers and actions
- Composing a workflow
- Adding custom code with Azure Functions
- Security and monitoring