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Nascar Wins the Productivity Race with Office 365 and PowerApps

Today’s elite racecars have come a long way from the old NASCAR stock cars, but behind the scenes the same frenetic coordination is required to stage every race—only at a scale scarcely imagined in the 1940s. NASCAR employees handle the logistic pressure of televising dozens of NASCAR events every year by relying on Microsoft Office 365 cloud-based productivity tools. “By adopting Microsoft PowerApps, we got a fast, easy way to build and maintain a mobile app that uses our SharePoint data and that field workers love to have at their fingertips.” Robert Burg: Senior Manager, Technology Integration and Development NASCAR

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Introducing Brian T Jackett: PowerApps and Microsoft Flow Social Media Sample

We are happy to introduce Mr. Brian T Jackett from . Brian is a Senior Premier Field Engineer at Microsoft specializing in SharePoint development / administration and PowerShell for over 9 years. Brian enjoys giving back to the community through giving presentations, planning and volunteering at conferences, maintaining this SharePoint/.Net centric blog, and contributing to the SharePoint Twitterverse. He also holds several Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) for SharePoint related technologies. He authored this blog to walk us through a scenario for gathering social media input and working with that data in various components. This includes Azure SQL, Azure web apps, Azure API apps, and Custom APIs.

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Fun with Gallery Graphics and SharePoint Lists

PowerApps makes it very easy to design forms that include graphics; both images and graphs. This blog shows how to combine three fun tactics into one gallery control: 1. Pick up images from the SharePoint List Picture Column HyperLink (images are stored in my OneDrive for Business Folder named “CategoryIcons”) 2. Create my own Bar Graphic based on List Data 3. Filter the Data Using Images in the Group Legend

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