Since its early announcement back in October, 2019, Monitor has helped thousands of Citizen and professional developers to efficiently troubleshoot and more rapidly solve issues they come across while building their Power apps and solutions. Now, we are excited to announce this tool is generally available (GA). We have introduced a new collaborative troubleshooting capability “Connect User” in Monitor to better facilitate team collaboration and troubleshooting.
GA of SQL Server Azure AD authentication
GA of the Improved data experience
As we open Microsoft’s annual Ignite conference, it’s a good time to reflect on the factors that have propelled the staggering momentum behind Power Apps, and share some details of what the future looks like as the service matures. Whether you’re a seasoned #PowerAddict or just starting out with the platform, here’s the definitive “top 10” list of major innovation areas and trends to watch as Power Apps scales across organizations globally.
We’ve seen tremendous growth in the usage of PowerApps and Flow over the course of the past year. Just as we’ve been rolling out new features in response to user input, we’re also listening to input about how to license and implement premium capabilities. In response to these needs, we’re pleased to announce two new plans that we will be introducing later this year: a PowerApps per app plan and a Flow per business process plan.
Dynamics and PowerApps ISVs can now see a consolidated view of your published Dynamics Customer Engagement apps with cross tenant application insights to monitor and support your apps. You can see your install base, tenants that tried and failed to install your app and your package versions across tenants and environments.
Introducing the Relevance Search API for Common Data Service (CDS) environments. This provides access to exciting new search capabilities in environments with Relevance Search enabled.
You can now troubleshoot forms in model driven apps using the new monitoring tool.
Announcing the public preview of Power BI embedded as a system dashboard in the Power Apps model-driven app.
Today, I’m excited to share with you one such example from Team Rubicon which helps communities with disaster recovery. Team Rubicon sits at the intersection of military veterans, technology, and medical professionals and first responders, leveraging the unique attributes of each, to help people prepare, recover, and respond during crises. Team Rubicon is using Power Apps and the Microsoft ecosystem to create elegant solutions which address some of their fundamental business challenges.
Looking for a way to automate backing up your PowerApps for non CDS environments? Here is a post on how, along with a good administration scenario.
We are happy to introduce Mr. Brian T Jackett from https://briantjackett.com . 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.
It is easy to create apps that are beautiful, as well as easy to use, when you leverage PowerApps formulas alongside media components which can act as custom controls. In this blog, we’ll learn how to create a single page app that requires no typing at all to submit humidity and temperature data to a SharePoint list. This part of the app build will take around 20 minutes to complete.
Luis Camino from the Dynamics 365 team joins Jeremy Chapman to explain high value business extensibility options for Dynamics 365 on this Office Mechanics Video.
Today we are happy to announce support for building apps that connect to large SharePoint lists using PowerApps, a top request from our users.
As a last step in my creative challenge, we learn to make the animated pie chart as an app focal point. It’s really as easy as 1-2-3!
Enterprises use PowerApps to create business apps involving data and other resources that are critical for the enterprise and need to be restricted to a specific audience. An admin role is critical…
Release 2.0.531 is bursting at the seams with fresh improvements and new functionality. We’ll cover a few of the bigger items here, with the full list on the What’s New page. Performance…
This article explains how to create a Azure API App which takes in an image file, stores it on a Azure blob storage account and returns the URL of the image. This API can then be called from any application including PowerApps.
Guest blog post from Tsuyoshi Matsuzaki, where he shows us how to build an use a custom api and the authentication with Azure AD and Google account
CDM sample apps
Now that you can use the Azure Blob Storage connector inside of your canvas PowerApp, you can leverage the advanced capabilities of Azure functions inside of your Azure blob storage. A common…
If you are a soccer fan then this blog is for you. With the world cup kicking off in just a week, I thought I would share a fun app that you can deploy within your organization to get your colleagues…
One of the more common request we have seen from customers is that they want to use PowerApps and use Azure Blob storage to store their media files. So far, this has not been possible out of the box –…
A quick note. A few months ago we introduced a new ShowError function that could display a banner error message. We heard from the community that they liked it but wished they could display…