Rethinking an old Logic App deployment package – part II

Previously in Note to self…

I’ve been discussing how my first Logic App deployment package was not exactly what I’ve envisaged. So when I had a chance to revamp it, I jumped into the opportunity. You can read about that here.

Logic App Template Generator

I’ve decided to use Jeff Hollan’s Logic App Template Generator – a PowerShell utility that Jeff created sometime ago and have made available on GitHub. Jeff’s PowerShell module have a two cmdlets: Continue reading “Rethinking an old Logic App deployment package – part II”

Rethinking an old Logic App deployment package – Part I

Some time ago I had the opportunity to work on a big Logic Apps implementation. The project was a big success and I’ve learned a lot… but one thing always bugged me on that project: the way I’ve tackled deployment. It was a mix of me, my team getting used to logic apps and the tooling still on early stages.

Almost a year later and I have the opportunity to revisit this deployment setup, as I’m working on some updates in the logic apps. So I’m taking this opportunity to try to create the deployment package the way I think it should be. My plan is to document the new “thinking”, any gotchas and tools I’m using along the way. So expect a series of blog posts as this evolves. Continue reading “Rethinking an old Logic App deployment package – Part I”

What’s in a name


I’ve used this hashtag as a reminder of things that I’ve found,  I did wrong, lessons I learned by accident or the hard way many times before. So when I thought what would be a good name for a new personal blog, this idea kept coming back to my mind. So there you go… My first tech blog – I had another blog a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, when I first came to NZ to keep family and friends informed of my journey to the other side of the world.

What can you expect of this blog? My “notes to self” around the fantastic world of Microsoft Integration. I will try to document things as I learn, gotchas, latest news – whatever I think would be worth coming back later to remind myself. And you.

What I wouldn’t expect if I were you – daily updates, long posts (who am I kidding? If I write like I talk, there will be a chunk of long posts yes), things unrelated to technology (well maybe in rare cases).

So if you made all the way here, thanks, and sit back, relax and enjoy reading as much as I will enjoy writing.

Cheers, Wagner.