SOLUTION FOR COMMITTING A LOGIC APP TO A (GIT) REPO:
In my recent travels as a programmer, I have been tasked with creating a Logic App for the company I work for, and one of the things I was asked was to be able to ‘commit’ the Logic App to a Git repo.
The answer didn’t come to me immediately, and I did do some research on the web to try and find a solution, but once I read an article about ‘blob storage’ and ‘json’ files…..I then remembered that a Logic App is essentially defined completely as a JSON file! Thus, I then came to this solution for committing a Logic App to Git repo:
1) Log into Azure Portal
2) Select the Logic app code view option on the left nav bar
3) Copy/Paste all the code you see in the UI into a JSON file (and save this file on your local)
4) Commit the file to Git 🙂
And that’s about it! Hopefully this tip will help you in your coding travels.