The SharePoint search engine is powerful, high-performance and can aggregate data across site collections. The search results can be flexibly adjusted. Search-based applications in SharePoint provide many advantages.
Part 2 of the blog series describes the use case for the application.
Part 3 of the blog series explains the code. My explanations are limited to the major changes compared to Elio Struyf's blog article (see URL's in Part 1).
Although this is a standard procedure, I would like to briefly describe the steps in SharePoint Online to create the search page. As an example I use tagged documents. Please see Elio Struyff's blog posts for more in-depth information (see URL's in Part 1).
But what about variables in a Nintex Workflow?