The new Azure Blob Storage Connector for PowerApps and Flow allows you to use Azure Blob Storage as a back-end component for your PowerApps and Flows.  In this video I walk you through how to use the Azure Blob Storage Connector to combine the power of Azure and PowerApps:

  • List and display Azure Blob Storage Containers
  • List and display Blobs
  • Add Images to Containers
  • Display Images stored in Containers
  • Display PDF files stored in Containers
  • Delete Images from Containers
  • Delete PDF files from Containers

You can download the entire sample PowerApp I show in the video here.

To install the PowerApp, download the export package and import the file into your PowerApps environment.  Then, follow the simple instructions to add the Azure Blob Storage Connector to the PowerApp.  The instructions are visible in the PowerApp when you open it in the PowerApps editor (shown below).


Author: Todd Baginski
I am a 17 time Microsoft MVP, a Partner, and the CTO at Canviz where I am currently leading several projects that include PowerApps, Azure, Office 365, SharePoint Framework, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, full web stack, and numerous other technologies. I give back to my community by coaching and growing youth sports teams.

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