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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.
Today, we’re excited to announce our next big step forward: we’re bringing PowerApps together with the platform that powers Dynamics 365.
Create database with the latest version of the Common Data Service to leverage all the new exciting functionalities available with the update.
Have you visited the Power Apps Community blog lately? Along with rapidly growing forums, fun and informative events, and ways to leave feedback, the Community blog is a platform for you to share ideas with your peers, industry experts, and us here at Microsoft. Now let’s look at some of the great posts from December!
We’re very happy to announce that the App performance report as part of PowerApps Analytics (preview) is now available for app authors in web.powerapps.com. This report gives you the ability to track…
If you have published apps in the last 2 weeks with media files embedded, you may have noticed some of that media went missing after publish. We have identified this as an issue and have pushed a fix to ensure this will not happen moving forward. Follow these steps to see if you were affected by the issue and quickly resolve if so.
How to use the PowerApps Image Control and Static Maps API from Bing Maps and Google Maps to render a Map in your app.
PowerApps currently doesn’t support out of the box multi-valued fields – columns in a data source that can take zero or more of a predefined set of values. This post shows a workaround to enable this scenario, by using a group of checkbox controls to toggle the selection of the possible items.
Need an easy way to monitor how many users are using your app within your organization? Introducing the preview of the App Usage report.
We have re-written our mobile apps from ground up to be more performant. We are close to releasing these new apps to the app store. Before we do that, we would love to have you try the beta version of PowerApps Mobile, run your apps, and provide us feedback before we release. Please use this form to sign-up for beta of PowerApps Mobile for iOS and Android: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=v4j5cvGGr0GRqy180BHbR4r077LsSCJAv8wd3qbxuRpUQ0wyMzBNVE0xTzhJVThJNjk2VVRDUzM3Ny4u
Image slider is a popular control in web and mobile apps. In our scenario, let’s imagine that we are introducing new features of an app. For that we will build an image slider with an indicator…
During the development of your app, you might find it useful to define some helper variables that will help you layout your elements or controls within the screen. In this example, we define the…
Inspired by our SharePoint MVPs, PowerApps Engineering Manager Carlos Aguilar Mares offers this really practical design for PowerApp business form designers looking for a “Tabbed User Interface” to save space on a wide format application. I enjoyed learning from Carlos and documenting the steps he took to make this happen. Later this week I will post a Part 2 on this topic, which will demonstrate my own tabbed UI design option that would work best for mobile phones which have less space to work with.
With the PowerApps platform, you can build great apps and deploy them to your end users, but sometimes you make an app and don’t update it for many months. When you open the app in the studio, it…
This fun app encourages coworkers to share job-related compliments, personalize them with custom pictures, and includes automated email notifications sent to recipients’ managers. By leveraging the power of Microsoft Graph APIs and a single excel table, the Shoutouts experience includes a rich social feed – a first for a PowerApps template!
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.
James Oleinik is going to show how creating and managing PowerApps applications just got easier
List of sessions at Ignite 2016 related to PowerApps and Flow with links to video recordings and slide decks.
On July 8th, we announced support for connecting to your SQL on-premises data using the on-premises data gateway. We heard your feedback and today, we are excited to announce support for SharePoint…
We were so excited to release a way for you to connect to Document Libraries and other list items like Task Lists and Calendars! This opens a wealth of new opportunities to app makers for enhanced business applications.
We are happy to announce that, starting today, you can embed PowerApps on SharePoint pages. This post shows you how to do that.
A common scenario when building apps is to enable deep linking into specific screens within your application. In the example below, we have a catalogue of devices that you can browse, look at the…
We are pleased to announce the Public preview of mobile offline for canvas apps on iOS, Android and Windows devices. Mobile offline has been available in Experimental Preview since May 2023. We’ve been listening to your feedback and we’re excited to make this feature available by default for Power Apps makers. With this preview, you […]
Simplifying license management with auto-claim for Power Apps and licensing insights for Power AutomateΙστολόγιο
It is with great pleasure that we introduce the public preview of Auto-claim for Power Apps licenses, a feature that empowers administrators to effortlessly set up policies within the Microsoft 365 admin center. These policies enable automatic license assignments to unlicensed users when they engage with Power Apps that require licensing.
Integrating Microsoft Sentinel and Power Platform to better monitor and protect your low-code solutionsΙστολόγιο
Microsoft Power Platform admins can monitor certain types of security vulnerabilities using the static analysis tools and reports provided in the platform. Having an early and more holistic threat detection and the ability to apply preventative guardrails is crucial to enable frictionless productivity while minimizing cyber risk.