PowerApps and Flow are great, and there are a lot of standard connectors that we can use within our PowerApps and Flows. But sometimes we may want to do something just a little different where there is no connector out of the box.
This is when we may want to create a custom connector within PowerApps.
The next question is how do we write the function for the custom connector, and the answer to that is we can do it through Azure using Function Apps. These allow us to register a function service within Azure and then code our function online without even having to open up Visual Studio.
In this walkthrough we will step through how you can do this, and also introduce the Azure Function Apps to those of us that have never used them before.