Microsoft Flow at Microsoft Build 2019: Announcements and Sessions

We have a number of exciting announcements alongside Microsoft Build 2019, including that we now make it easier than ever for Azure developers to connect to APIs that they build in Azure, and that flows now support improved ALM in the Common Data Service. If you are attending Build in person in Seattle there are 20 sessions on the Power Platform, such as how to build Intelligent process automation with Microsoft Flow.

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Building an ecosystem of open source connectors

We continue to release connectors for Microsoft PowerApps and Microsoft Flow taking the number of connectors available to over 250. As the number grows, we would like to empower the wider community to maintain these connectors. We now open source our connectors on GitHub. Our ability to open source connectors is made possible through two new exciting features: the Microsoft Power Platform Connectors CLI can be used to download, create, or update any custom connector and template-based policies can be used to modify the runtime behaviors for custom connectors.

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Live now, full session catalog for Microsoft Business Applications Summit 2019

Time to get excited – the full session catalog for Microsoft Business Applications Summit is here. Explore every breakout session and workshop coming to the conference, taking place in Atlanta, Georgia June 10 – 11, 2019. Get ready to flex your skills – and build new ones – with all things Microsoft Flow and beyond.

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Nine new connectors in April and improved visibility into trigger failures

You can now see problems with triggers on the flow properties page — making it easy to find out why your flow isn’t triggering. There are nine new connectors this month including Microsoft Forms Pro. Also, learn about the technical preview of custom controls in business process flows and connectors that have been deprecated in the April release.

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