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Multiple developers working on the same Logic Apps? (Think "git branch workflow" style or similar.)

How can multiple developers work on the same Logic App(s) without stepping on each other's toes?
Is there a way that developers can have their own 'feature branch' (to use Git terminology) to work on?

Making a clone changes so much of the "code" that it doesn't seem like a good solution.
I haven't been able to find out much about this online, so any information (comments, links, docs, videos, etc.) would be extremely helpful.

Thank you!

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Hi,

i think There is one more feature they might be releasing which they have recently shown in Build

https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2020/BOD127

it will run on functions runtime and help us to debug locally.


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Thank you very much, I will look into this video.

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MikeUrnun answered ·

Hello @MerryPurser-5665

Absolutely! Logic Apps does enable CI/CD workflow from multiple teams/developers with some help from Visual Studio IDE, Azure Pipeline as well as ARM templates. Assuming that your Logic Apps project continuously deploys to a single production environment on Azure, developers can use Visual Studio IDE to make their changes locally and capture their changes in a separate feature Git branch (or whichever branching strategy that your team is using) - just like any other dev projects. And proceed to use Azure Pipelines to deploy individual changes automatically.


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@MerryPurser-5665 Hope my answer above provides clarity - let us know if you had any further questions on this matter.

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Thank you for your reply. Can we test locally all the different Azure Logic App functionality before deploying? A lot of functionality is lost without the containers and blobs and a lot of code changes if you make clones in the portal, etc. We try Azure Storage Explorer and the VS Logic App extension: Are there any other tools you can recommend?

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