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Working with Web APIs in Microsoft Power Automate MS Flow

Working with Web APIs in Microsoft Power Automate MS Flow

MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.65 GB | Duration: 3h 46m

This course covers everything you need to work with web APIs from Power Automate (Not for developers)

What you'll learn
Web APIs
Creating Web APIs using Microsoft Power Automate (Flow)
Consuming web APIs using Microsoft Power Automate (Flow)
Requirements
JSON - JavaScript Object Notation
Ability to create basic workflows using Microsoft Power Automate
Description
In this course you will learn how to create web APIs using Microsoft Power Automate. You also learn how to consume the web APIs developed by other developers or third party companies. Power automate is designed for non-developers and so is this course. You don't have to be a developer to work with web APIs.

Overview

Section 1: Introduction to the course

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 Environment setup, licenses and course road map

Section 2: Understanding Web APIs

Lecture 3 API vs Web API

Lecture 4 REST API Request/Response structure (URI, Header, Body)

Lecture 5 REST API Methods

Lecture 6 Web API call status and error codes

Lecture 7 Authentication in web APIs

Section 3: Creating web APIs using Microsoft Power Automate

Lecture 8 Create your first web API using Microsoft Power Automate

Lecture 9 Let’s create a proper GET method

Lecture 10 Let’s create a more complicated GET method

Lecture 11 Creating a POST method using Power Automate

Lecture 12 Creating PATCH method using Power Automate

Lecture 13 Errors and exceptions in web API and Power Automate

Lecture 14 Implementing error handling in REST APIs

Lecture 15 Summary and next steps

Section 4: Consuming web APIs using Microsoft Power Automate

Lecture 16 When and where do we make call web APIs from Power Automate

Lecture 17 Finding and testing a sample REST API to consume

Lecture 18 Hands-on calling web API using Microsoft Power Automate

Lecture 19 Analyzing and parsing JSON results

Lecture 20 Parsing API results with multiple items

Lecture 21 Filter and Select

Lecture 22 Status code and Queries in HTTP Action

Lecture 23 Postman vs HTTP Action

Lecture 24 Dealing with security when calling REST API from Power Automate

Lecture 25 Are you a developer? I need your opinion.

Section 5: Real life examples of web API and Power Automate

Lecture 26 Think of Power Automate connectors

Lecture 27 Developers are your friends now

Lecture 28 Reuse your work

Lecture 29 Final words

Developers,Workflow designers (Power Automate or Logic Apps),System Integrators

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