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An Introduction to Custom Connectors & API’s

Do you have a business need to get your applications data into the Power Platform or simply the data from any publicly available API? Then this session is for you! Join Flow Joe in this session as he walks through an introduction to what an API is and how to make your first Custom Connector. […]

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Parameters in Web UI Flows (RPA)

This blog post is to show you how to use parameters when working with Web UI Flows and how you can easily pass information from a Flow run to a UI flow. Why? Why would we want to use parameters with Web UI Flows? Well, lets take a search as a scenario. On my website […]

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Using Azure VM’s to run UI Flows (RPA)

So you want to run UI Flows but don’t want to keep your PC on 24/7? Use a Virtual Machine (VM)! In this blog post I’ll show you how to spin up an Azure VM, run your UI Flow and close the VM down to save costs and run efficient UI Flows. Why? Why would […]

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UI Flows on Azure Virtual Machines & Power Platform Automation Testing

This is an overview video of UI Flows running on an Azure Virtual Machine(VM), starting, stopping and running everything from a simple Flow. We can now utilize Power Automate to perform Automation Testing, check the video out! I will be posting bite-sized videos/blog posts in the near future breaking down this video showing you how […]

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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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Selenium Automation Testing with Power Automate Reporting Concept

This video is looking at utilising Power Automate with a C# Selenium Automation framework, handling and passing test result data to relevant team members highlighting if something has gone wrong on a customers deployment.

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