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4 Incredible New Independent Publisher Connectors in March 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 4 new Independent Publisher connectors that were published in March. 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. 

EmojiHub by Troy Taylor

EmojiHub provides an opportunity to get random emojis from already sorted categories and groups. You can also get a whole list of emojis by a certain category, group, or get the entire emoji database consisting of 1791 objects.

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Infura Ethereum by Sebastian Zolg

The Infura Ethereum Connector uses the Infura JSON-RPC API to access the Ethereum Blockchain.

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AIHW MyHospitals by Paul Culmsee

The MyHospitals national reporting platform allows users to explore information about their local hospital and Local Hospital Network (LHN), as well as trends across Australia

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Word Cloud by Textvis by Troy Taylor

Generate great looking word clouds from text. Customize size, color and more.

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