Integrating Microsoft Flow with Azure Functions for Non-IT People

Microsoft Flow (Flow) creates automated workflows between various apps and services so that users can get notifications, collect data and more. This is similar to Azure Logic Apps (Logic Apps), but has different target audiences such as marketing, sales or all other non-IT related people. This document provides high-level comparisons between Flow, Logic Apps and Azure Functions.
Flow contains comprehensive number of pre-defined workflows called templates so we can just simply choose one of them, provide necessary information and use it.… [Keep reading] “Integrating Microsoft Flow with Azure Functions for Non-IT People”

DataWeave: Tips and tricks from the field

DataWeave (DW) has been part of the MuleSoft Anypoint Platform since v3.7.0 and has been a welcome enhancement providing an order of magnitude improvement in performance as well as increased mapping capability that enables more efficient flow design.
However, like most new features of this scope and size (i.e. brand new transformation engine written from the ground up), early documentation was minimal and often we were left to ourselves. At times even the most simple mapping scenarios could take an hour or so to solve what could have taken 5 mins in data-mapper.… [Keep reading] “DataWeave: Tips and tricks from the field”