Create a real-life example (Function, Service Bus Queue, Storage Table) of an Azure Logic App. A step to step example.
Some time ago I wrote an article with an example of an Azure Function which I used in my applications. With the current article I want to present you another real-life example of using different Azure Services and combining them together in a Logic App.
A Logic App represents a workflow of steps that are defined to be done in a sequential or in a parallel manner.
Our scenario contains a company which owns an eshop. We are going to build a workflow for getting customer orders, pushing them into a queue for almost-real-time process (A queue is a good way to balance load of large number of requests in your servers), retrieving them back, storing them in a storage table and informing the user about her order with an email. The most important thing, we are going to develop all the steps inside the Azure Portal; the use of Visual Studio is optional.
After we finish with the creation of our Logic App, we are going to have the following workflow:
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