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13 New Independent Publisher Connectors in November 2022

Independent Publisher connectors are connectors developed, tested, published, and supported by connector developers that are independent from the backend service or API. The Microsoft Certification team performs validations and checks to ensure that the connector is safe to use.

We are happy to announce that we have 13 new Independent Publisher connectors were published in November. These connectors have solutions and tools for Commerce, Human Resources, Data, Content and Files, and much more. Read about the connectors, learn about the talented publishers, and take a look at the connector files! These connectors are available in Power Automate, Power Apps, and Azure Logic Apps. Thank you, all our partners, for this great partnership, and we look forward to partnering with many more amazing independent publishers.


De Lijn by Lenard Schockaert

Get locations of public bus stations and extra info from the Flemish bus company ‘De Lijn’.

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DeepLIP by Michal Romiszewski

DeepL Translator is a neural machine translation service.

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Festivo by Troy Taylor

Festivo Public Holidays service contains holidays in 250+ countries, states and regions around the world. You can filter holidays by the ISO code for the country or state.

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Google Books by Andras Fordos

Search and discover data and details about and within books available in the vast library of Google.

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MintNFT by Shreyan J D Fernandes

NFT Mania provides you with an Ultimate NFT experience and lets you develop applications in no time!

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One-Time Secret by Aldo Gillone

One-Time Secret is a way to share sensitive information without storing them. If you use a one-time link instead, the information persists for a single viewing which means it can’t be read by someone else later. This allows you to send sensitive information in a safe way knowing it’s seen by one person only. Think of it like a self-destructing message.

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QuickChart by Troy Taylor

QuickChart is a web service that generates chart images on-the-fly. Charts are rendered by Chart.js, a popular open-source charting library.

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Rebrickable by Troy Taylor

Rebrickable will help you find which LEGO sets you can build from the sets and parts you already own. Every MOC on Rebrickable has a list of parts and building instructions, so you can be sure that anything you find here is buildable! You may not have every part required, but the beauty of LEGO is that you are encouraged to improvise!

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The Color by Troy Taylor

The Color service allows you to pass in any valid color and get conversions into any other format, the name of the color, placeholder images and a multitude of schemes.

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TheMealDB by John Muchiri

It’s an open online database of food meal recipes. Recipe books are old school, there must be a better way! Provides high quality transparent PNG ingredients, meal image uploads, browse meals in sequence and area and categories.

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The SMS Works by Troy Taylor

The SMS Works is a low cost SMS service for developers based in the UK. You are only billed for delivered text messages.

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Veterans Affairs by Troy Taylor

The Veteran Confirmation service allows you to confirm Veteran status for a given person. This can be useful for offering Veterans discounts or other benefits.

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Workable by David Kjell

The Workable connector can be used in the following ways:

Extract information about your: account hiring members pipeline stages jobs scheduled events job’s and/or candidate’s activity.

Manage your candidates by: Fetching candidates Extracting detail candidate info.

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Interested in submitting an Independent Publisher connector? Visit our documentation and our GitHub repository to learn how to get started.