In this blog, you will get an overview of Azure Logic apps and it will help you to take the first steps in exploring them.
- The Azure Logic app is a Platform-As-A-Service.
- It helps in building automated tasks, processes, and workflows.
- Used for advanced integration.
- You can design or create logic apps on the browser as well as on Visual Studio.
- Charged based on action run and connector run
Refer the article given below for the differences between MS Flow and Logic App:
Use Case: Whenever an HTTP request is received, create a new lead record in CDS, and send an email to the user.
Follow the steps given below to create your first logic app:
- Login to Azure (https://portal.azure.com/)
- Go to “Logic apps”
- Click on “+Add” to create a new logic app.
- Select Resource Group, Give a name to your logic app and select “Review + create”
- Click on “Create”
- Click on “Go to Resources”
- You can select an existing template or create a new one by clicking on “Blank Logic App”
- Select the trigger based on your requirement (here I have selected Request trigger)
- After adding the trigger, add actions based on your requirements.
Checking Run History
Go to Overview –> Run History
NOTE: This blog is intended to give you a quick overview of the Azure logic app and to get you started with it. A lot of complicated tasks can be performed as well with the logic app.