Add a Function to Nintex Workflow 2013 as an Inline Function

In this second post to the series, Function to Microservice with the mattbriggs.us Workflow Platform, I look at how you can add your function to mattbriggs.us Workflow 2013 as an inline function.

In these posts I reference a console application containing a function that converts a XML to JSON, or JSON to XML. The function will end up in a workflow that takes a string of JSON from a SharePoint list, passes it through a String Builder Action that contains the inline function, storing the result in a workflow variable, and then storing the result in in the list.

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