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Microsoft Ignite 2019 Session Recap: Microsoft Power Apps

Last week at Microsoft Ignite in Orlando, we announced many new features, and even a new name: Microsoft Power Apps. Each session had its recording posted shortly afterwards for those who missed it or for those tuning in at home. The entire catalog of videos is now available for viewing on demand. Here is a reference list of the sessions most relevant to Microsoft Power Apps. Included are also a few select sessions related to Microsoft Power Automate and many that are general to Microsoft Power Platform overall.

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Welcome our new PowerApps MVPs!

If you have spent any time in the PowerApps Community, you have probably noticed regular voices through community blog posts, events, and social media. Our MVPs are an elite group of makers who create extensible solutions, share their knowledge, and inspire. The skills and voice of our MVPs are invaluable to our community and it … Continue reading “Welcome our new PowerApps MVPs!”

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Components: Start your Journey with Reusable Controls

In my first month of joining Microsoft, Emma Cooper, a Program Manager on the PowerApps team, knocked on my door with a shine of delight in her eyes. “You can copy and paste controls from one tab to another. Do you want to try it out?” Emma knew my answer without me needing to say … Continue reading “Components: Start your Journey with Reusable Controls”

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Learning with Mr. Dang | Common Patterns

I am starting a blog series, which I’ve titled “Learning with Mr. Dang.” In the beginning, I’ll be walking through my methods for learning: what do I already know that I don’t need to re-learn? What do I do when I don’t know something? And as the name of this series suggests, over time, I will be writing about how I am exploring other capabilities in PowerApps so that you can learn at the same time as I am.

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Return an Array from Flow to PowerApps (Response Method)

This blog post is a second part in a series on how to “Return an array from Flow to PowerApps.” It will cover a much more efficient solution: the “Request – Response” method. Inside flow, using the action of the same name, you will be able to return arrays of any shape and size to PowerApps. To make the most use of this capability, we will be applying the solution to executing a SQL query.

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