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Master Microsoft Power AutomateFlow Expressions in 2 hours

Master Microsoft Power AutomateFlow Expressions in 2 hours

MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.53 GB | Duration: 3h 4m

You know Microsoft Power Automate. It is time to work with Flow expressions.

What you'll learn
Microsoft Flow Advanced Topics
Working Microsoft Flow Expressions
Working with Flow Data Operations
Parsing Flow Trigger Parameters
Parsing JSON data in Microsoft Flow
Requirements
Familiarity With Workflow Development with Microsoft Flow
Good Understanding of Flow Triggers, Connectors and Actions
Microsoft Flow Crash Course
Familiarity with Javascript Object Notation (JSON)
Description
This course contains almost 3 hours lecture which is obviously more than 2 hours in the course title. The core training for Flow expressions is actually around 2 hours, but we decided to include 30 minutes as introduction to JSON for students that are new to JSON. If you already know JSON, feel free to skip that section. The last section if the course is simply putting most of things we learned during the course in a real life example. That also added almost 30 minutes to the course.This is not a beginner course. We assume you already know how to create workflows with Microsoft Flow using visual designer. In this course we dive into working with data from different sources using Flow expressions.Although most of the course engages you with writing code and expressions, they are extremely easy to follow and build expressions once you understand the model behind the expressions.If you are new to Microsoft Flow, first complete my beginner course about Microsoft Flow called "Microsoft Flow Crash Course" before you start this course.

Overview

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Is this course for me?

Lecture 2 Setup your course computer and subscriptions.

Lecture 3 Course Road Map - IMPORTANT

Section 2: Brush up your JSON knowledge!

Lecture 4 Understanding Data Objects

Lecture 5 JSON In Action - 1

Lecture 6 Jason In Action - 2

Lecture 7 Why did we go through JSON first?

Section 3: Flow Data Operations

Lecture 8 Introduction to Flow Data Operations

Lecture 9 Working with Compose Action

Lecture 10 Working with Array "Filter" Action

Lecture 11 Working with "Select" Action

Lecture 12 Did we just miss Parse JSON?

Section 4: Under the hood of Microsoft Flow triggers

Lecture 13 Inside Flow Triggers

Lecture 14 Inspecting trigger objects using expressions

Lecture 15 HTTP Triggers - The main reason we need trigger expressions

Lecture 16 Test your Expression knowledge on HTTP triggers

Lecture 17 Calling Actions from Expressions - The lost lecture 🙂

Section 5: Let's write Flow Expressions

Lecture 18 What are we going to learn in this section?

Lecture 19 Working with Manipulation Functions

Lecture 20 Working with Collection Functions

Lecture 21 Working with Referring Functions

Lecture 22 Working with Conversion Functions

Lecture 23 Working with Math Functions

Lecture 24 Working with Date and Time Functions

Lecture 25 Working with Logical Functions

Lecture 26 Working with String Functions

Section 6: Microsoft Flow Expressions in real life scenarios

Lecture 27 A real life scenario with Microsoft Flow

Flow designers/developers who want to work with Data,Workflow developers who want to build complex Flow

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