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Course 909090

Price: $1495, Length: 2 days

909090: Power Apps and Azure Logic Apps

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Course Outline

Module 1: Power Automate versus Logic Apps

  • What's new in Power Automate and what's new in Logic Apps.
  • When to use one versus the other (overview).

Module 2: Power Platform and Dynamics 365 Integration

  • Power Automate (overview)
  • Model Driven App (overview)
  • Canvas App (overview)
  • Azure Logic Apps (overview)

Module 3: Public facing websites and entry points

  • Dynamics 365 Portals
  • Editing the content (overview)
  • Creating new content (overview)

Module 4: Azure Logic Apps Integrations with Dynamics 365

  • When to use Azure Logic Apps instead of Power Automate, or vice versa, for Dynamics 365 specific scenarios
  • Creating a Logic App
  • Best practices for Logic App Modulariation (overview)
  • Basics about Logic Apps to know for D365 Integrations (overview)

Module 5: Azure Functions

  • What scenarios to use Azure Functions for Dynamics 365 Integrations
  • When to use Azure Logic Apps and when to use Azure Functions for Dynamics 365 Integrations

Module 6: Converting Power Automate to Logic Apps and vice versa

  • Export from Power Automate to Logic Apps
  • Export from Logic Apps to Power Automate

Module 7: Azue Logic App Code View

  • When to use the Code View
  • When to use the Designer View
  • Azure Logic Apps verus Power Automate for "Code View"

Module 8: Intermediate Azure Logic Apps concepts and application to D365 Integrations

  • Trigger
  • Action
  • Condition

Module 9: Advanced Azure Logic Apps concepts and application to D365 Integrations

  • HTTP Triggers and how to use them for best practice development
  • Variables
  • Scopes
  • Parallel Branches
  • Parallerl Branches that only run under specific circumstances
  • Take one action if something has not happened after a certain amount of time, and something else if it does happen.

HANDS-ON Labs and Exercises:

Create an Azure Logic App

  • Use Best Practices for Modularization in an Azure Logic App
  • Create simple integration functionality with Dynamics 365 directly inside a Logic App.
  • Best practices for implementing integration functionality in Azure Logic Apps with Dynamics 365
  • Additional Labs, if extra time remains during class and if there is interest:

Create an Azure Function that does a simple integration with Dynamics 365

  • Create an Azure Logic App that sends yourself one kind of email if something has not happened in a step for a certain amount of time, otherwise, send yourself another kind of e-mail.

We look forward to your great success!

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