Microsoft Ignite 2017 on-demand sessions for PowerApps now available

We had more than a dozen sessions at Microsoft Ignite 2017 and the videos are now available for you to watch on-demand. These sessions cover a good overview of PowerApps, Microsoft Flow and Common Data Service, including the deep integration with SharePoint, real-world customer use cases and also deep dive into advanced workflows and PowerApps expressions for power users.

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New Best Practices Community Forums and App Gallery!

We are pleased to announce the release of a new community forum group focused on Best Practices in App Building. This new section of the community will focus on the three primary areas for successful app building: Data, Build, and Design. We are sure this will help app-makers to optimize the success of their apps as well as give all community experts an opportunity to showcase best practices and lessons learned. We are also developing badges, swag rewards, as well as special ‘insider’ advantages for contributing members who add value, and who help others to succeed using PowerApps.

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Building an Internal Event Calendar App in Flight

Recently I volunteered to create a calendar app that we could use to share events across our organization, especially in the areas of Diversity and Inclusion. The target goal was to enable us to broadly share relevant events, but to allow consumers of the app to select ‘which’ events they would like added to their calendars. This was a really fun project that I was able to finish on a plane flight from DC to Seattle. Learn how I expedited this app with a little bit of planning...

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Announcing the Common Data Service SDK Preview

We are extremely excited to tell you more about the Common Data Service SDK!  We've been talking about this in some select circles for the past few months and today we're here to share more info on all this with our broader community! 

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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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