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I've been thinking about this for a while now, and I'm curious to see what the community has to say. There are a couple of questions I have.
1. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the different options for calling the Web API?
2. Is Flows poised to replace a good deal of the operations now handled by plugins/custom workflows?
What do you all think? Strengths and weaknesses of the four? How much is Microsoft Flows going to change how small businesses manage their CRUD operations?
Microsoft Flow (now Power Automate) aims to provide a friendly and intuitive way of creating custom business logic, without having to rely on creating custom code. It's great for small businesses since lots of business flows can be converted in order to be used and automated with Microsoft Flow (Power Automate).
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