Month: May 2019

Using Puppeteer with Edge Chromium

The PowerPlatform has frequent updates, leaving users in a situation that testing needs to be able to be fast and reliable, running when deployments are updated. This is so that we can ensure nothing has broken on our customers systems and if there has been issues, we can know about them and resolve them as […]

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A Simplified Look At Parallel Branches In Microsoft Flow

This is a video about the Parallel Branches in Microsoft Flow, looking at real world examples to explain what is meant by the term ‘Parallel’. I then walk through a Flow that uses a sequential approach and convert it to a Parallel Branch approach step-by-step.

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Sharing A Custom Connector With The Community

After creating a custom connector and using it, you can download the relevant files from the Microsoft Flow (or relevant PowerPlatform) website and commit them to a shared Microsoft GitHub repository; ‘PowerPlatformConnectors’. This provides the connector for the community to use! This is a guide through the process for those that are unfamiliar with version control, […]

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Handling JSON Data Returned From A Custom Connector

This blog post is a follow-on from the previous post ‘Creating a Custom Connector in 7 Steps’. The aim of this post is to demonstrate how we can cycle through data, pulling it out and using it with a custom Flow. We will use the Custom Connector previously used (Companies House – Company Search) and search […]

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Creating a Custom Connector in 7 Steps

This blog post is to show you how easy it is in 7 steps to jump straight in to creating your own custom connectors with Microsoft Flow. It will focus on creating the custom connector I previously made with my last video post connecting Microsoft Flow and Companies House. Pre-Requisites This guide assumes that you have access […]

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