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Avoid Loops with XPath

Iterating over an array of values to perform complex actions is easy with actions such as Apply to Each or Do Until within Power Automate. But what if you simply want to concatenate some strings together? Or sum some numbers? Or do some other simplistic x, y, or z logic? I already know about loops, … Continue reading “Avoid Loops with XPath”

Not-So-Regular Expression Support in Power Automate, via Custom Code Connector (Part Deaux)

One thing you may have noticed in some of the Power Automate actions is the ability to select a predefined value from a list of choices when setting the value of an action’s parameter. (Think of any one of the SharePoint actions allowing you to choose a site URL and a list name, the Terminate … Continue reading “Not-So-Regular Expression Support in Power Automate, via Custom Code Connector (Part Deaux)”

Regular Expression Support in Power Automate, via Custom Code Connector

When playing around with a new custom connection I was creating in Power Automate, I came across the Code (Preview) tab. The developer part of my brain thought “Oh, that’s neat, I can now include code, I like writing code. But I’m not sure why I would need or use that.” And that was that. … Continue reading “Regular Expression Support in Power Automate, via Custom Code Connector”

Howdy! Pleased to meet you.

My name is Joey O’Neil and got my start writing code professionally beginning with Microsoft VB6, but really fell in love with code (and the art of it) with Microsoft .NET Framework version 1.0. Writing Windows Forms and Windows Services applications only lasted so long as the world jumped online. This led me to developing … Continue reading “Howdy! Pleased to meet you.”


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