Category Archives: Azure App Service


Azure Logic App – Collections / Repeat Action

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As can be seen from my previous postings, I’m still spending my evening hours researching and playing around with the Azure App Service offering. And to be honest, the more you know, the more interesting it gets. However from time to time you will run into simple challenges like how to iterate over a collection of items?

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Azure App Service – The Azure Marketplace

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In previous blog posts I’ve been writing about some of the basics of Azure’s App Service offering. Today I would like to add another episode covering the steps required to provision Azure API Apps found within the Azure Marketplace. Without following the following steps, you won’t be able to consume the logic blocks (API calls) exposed by the API App. Fortunately, this is all fairly simple and therefore leaving room to cover some of the API Apps, currently available within the Azure Marketplace, in further detail.

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Azure App Service – Sessions at Build 2015

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The flowing recordings might be of your interest in case you’re exploring the world of Azure App Service as I am. The sessions are a lot more interesting compared with what has been recorded before however, still missing depth and details. More interesting articles can be found on the MSDN blog site by using one of the following tags: Azure App Service, Azure SDK 2.5.1, Azure API Tools, Web API.

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Azure App Service – App Service Plans

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I’ve been playing around with Azure App Service for a couple of days now and decided to address some aspects that haven’t been covered very well within the knowledge sessions I’ve seen so far. Many only cover the cool parts, creating new Logic Apps with everything already installed and configured. In addition, I haven’t seen any covering topics like scaling and configuration recommendations. In real environments, things require a bit more care and attention. Therefore I will cover some of the basic required when getting up and running with Azure App Service within upcoming blog posts.

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Azure App Service – Orchestrating business processes

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When it comes to Azure App Service, I haven’t really followed what was going on to be 100% honest. Based on the first details released in March, it sounded like a cloud based version of Visual Studio LightSwitch (if you aren’t familiar with LightSwitch, it’s basically modernized version of Access forms). And managing different types of Azure abstractions by click-building and publishing applications into Azure. However, this isn’t really the case.

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