Transform XML using Altova MapForce in Azure Logic Apps

Azure Logic apps has powerful capabilities when joined with an integration account. This allows us to do advanced data mapping transformations. In this example, I will use Altova MapForce to design the mapping between the two file formats. Creating the mapping in Altova MapForce First, downloadAltova MapForceand request a trial license. You can then create a sample mapping by click "Menu/Insert/XML Schema or File".

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Creating API services with Azure Logic Apps and API Management

As we provide server-to-server APIs and expose business logic and data to partners and developers, we end up with a large amount of services on different systems, platforms, endpoints and domains. It can be challenging to keep order and structure to all these services. Azure API Management provides a comprehensive solution to that problem. Why API Management? I have seen many attempts to organise services and data by forcing an organisation and their teams to use a single platform.

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Automate everything! - Sync DevOps tasks to ToDo

The low-code landscape is getting really interesting, allowing creation of logic and automation with just a few clicks in a browser. Originally, I wanted a super simple mobile app for DevOps where I could see my tasks and check them off when done. The apps out there were a bit too clunky for me, so why not use Power Automate as it's part of my Microsoft 365 license.

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Handle outgoing links in Xamarin WebView

When coding a Xamarin app that used a web view, I needed certain links to open in the existing view and some to open in Safari instead. To do this, you need to hook into the event on navigating for the web view. I then create a white-list of allowed URLs and check the target of the event. Edit the XAML code-behind file in the main Xamarin project and adjust the constructor as: The Device.OpenUri call will force opening Safari instead.

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