Hello and welcome everybody to our TNWiki Article Spotlight on Tuesday.
The last time we spoke about a Dynamic Hello World using Azure Functions inside Logic Apps. Additionally to that one, Sandro Pereira wrote several other articles covering the usage of Azure Functions inside Logic Apps. One of them is the topic of our todays spotlight, Calling Azure Functions inside Logic Apps. He starts with the types of supported Azure Functions and how you can send inputs to an Azure Function. After sending an input we normally expect to get some kind of output back. That’s the next point Sandro covers.
If you are curios and want to read more of his articles I also recommend you to read Call nested Logic Apps directly from Logic Apps Designer and Add several actions inside a Loop (or foreach actions).