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July 17th Webinar: Common Time saving PowerApps development techniques by Todd Baginski and Keith WhatlingBlog
In this month’s PowerApps Community call we will discuss and demonstrate common PowerApps development techniques.
The first of an industry best practices series is by PowerApps MVPs like Ike Ellis where he highlights how you can create a solution that enables a mobile sales force to update their own Power BI reports.
App checker now includes optimization tips to help you improve the run-time performance of your apps.
Lots of debuggers allow you to see the value of an expression simply by selecting it in the source. You’ll recognize an example immediately: Wouldn’t it be great if Canvas apps had this same facility? Imagine: Think about the implications. You don’t need to flip to the File menu and then navigate to the collection … Continue reading “Canvas debugging with Results View”
Partners In Health is a Boston based social justice and health care nonprofit that serves impoverished communities in 10 countries. By establishing long-term relationships with sister organizations based in settings of poverty, Partners In Health (PIH) strives to achieve two overarching goals: to bring the …
If you live in Mexico or the United Kingdom you may have noticed that Canvas apps don’t quite get the international settings right. We have lacked a consistent map of languages and regions across the Studio, the web player, and the mobile players. With the release coming next week (v3.19032) we have fixed this. As … Continue reading “International region updates for Canvas apps”
Extending Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations with PowerApps
Over the next two months, we’re continuing to roll out a series of deep-dive videos on the Official PowerApps YouTube channel. These videos teach a wide variety of app building concepts and provide examples from our PowerApps Office templates so you can get hands on.
Read this blog post to create a sample PowerApps canvas app which uses an Azure function along with Azure Table Storage via custom connectors protected by Azure AD
The month roll up for all the new features we have shipped in PowerApps for the month of May.
Editing the look and feel of apps can seem like a time-consuming task. However, with some easy tips on linking controls redesigning apps can be incredibily easy. Linking controls empowers app development and makes it easy to rebrand for multiple customers.
The PowerApps team is looking for passionate software engineers and program managers to help us build the best business app creation platform for the cloud first, mobile first generation.
This new app sample was inspired by someone who posted a Forum Idea regarding PowerApp Themes. We really enjoy reading all the forum ideas, and I refer to those who post ideas as our enthusiastic “innovators”. This particular innovator came up with the idea that we should expose our “Themes” (see screen shot below) to the consumer of the app (aka the person running the app), and not only to the designer (or app maker). What an awesome idea! It really shows that they appreciate Empathic Design. Empathic Design is a process that one of my past managers (Karuana Gatimu) has instilled in me. It is a user-centered design approach that pays attention to the user’s feelings toward a product. As I thought about this further, I realized that this could also be even more relevant in mobile app design because factors around mobility can affect the way we format the screen; low light, screen glare, etc. depending on where the person is when they are running the app. It also could apply to accessibility, especially for people like me who always wants to make the font size bigger! So, will all those good reasons in mind, I decided to see if I could create my own configurable theme, using the features and formulas that are already in PowerApps today. I love what I ended up with, and I hope you will too! (Please let me know if you expand upon this idea for your own PowerApps in the comment area below.)
Best Practices for PowerApp Icons Are you considering the design of your app icons when publishing new PowerApps in your organization? Based on industry standards, app icons can be more important than meets the eye! Let’s take a few moments this week and think about the importance of app icons.
You can now create rich reports with the data in CDS using PowerBI desktop, the authoring tool for Power BI. Using the full power of Power BI, you can then go on to create and share stunning dashboards with users in your organization.
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
This is update features for v2.0.511. Introuduced new features and how to use them.
Reposting this great post from Allan Rocha, where shares about how he used PowerApps, Flow & Custom API connected to an Azure API App along with other technologies to collect and display information of the portfolio of projects in Project Online.
In this series of Webinars the product team will make themselves available to answer all your PowerApps questions and help you get started building applications easier than ever before!
Automatically change the formatting (such as the text color) of data based on the value you’re showing.
This blogpost contains details of PowerApps new sample apps, templates, date time control picker, reorder of fields and player’s support for parameters.
In this blog I want to show how easy is to use the newly introduced Azure Functions from a PowerApps. Azure Functions provides a very convenient and easy way to develop custom logic called Functions…
How to update the ownership of a Power App (Model-driven and Canvas apps).
Easily activate features for model-driven apps with the new Settings solution component (Public preview)Blog
We are excited to announce public preview of a new solution component named Settings. Using settings, application authors can, with just a few clicks, activate or configure features for a model-driven app. This allows them to easily and quickly provide a customized experience for end-users. These settings can be created by application authors, administrators, or partners.
This was a huge week for Power Apps at Ignite and we want to thank everyone for joining us and continuing to engage in the community. This post includes a round up of the announcements for Power Apps at Ignite.