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Headshot of article author Charles Sterling

For the March community call we are happy to announce Reza will be delivering his: Responsive Dataverse for Teams Power Apps session.

In addition, we have two additional topics “You” indicated wanting to see more of: Application Lifecycle Management and Artificial Intelligence using AI Buiilder. For March we have two of our Power CAT super stars: Phil Topness and Michael Ochs walk through how to get started with Application Life Cycle Management for Power Platform. Uday Adhikari will then walk through how to Use AI Builder to do document tagging in Power Apps.

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Headshot of article author Sameer Bhangar

FortisAlberta delivers safe and reliable electricity service in Canada to more than 60% of Alberta’s total electricity distribution network. In this blog post we learn how they used Microsoft Power Platform to transition from a paper-based process to a digital solution for documenting Injury Prevention Plans (IPPs). The solution recently won the Canada’s Safest Employers award for Most Innovative Use of Safety Technology.

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Headshot of article author Manas Maheshwari

Application development today can present numerous challenges, especially for large organizations with numerous teams working across various workflows and apps at once. With digitalization increasing rapidly, so has the pressure on teams to develop and maintain a multitude of applications to meet current needs. As central dev teams struggle to keep pace with growing demands, it becomes increasingly difficult to address the needs of individual business units and results in painfully long lead times.
While Microsoft’s Power Platform enables individuals in the organization to develop apps for their team’s business needs without relying on central dev teams, a new set of challenges arise around the accessibility and reusability of data and apps across the organization. The lack of a central location for teams to co-develop and work from shared data led the Business Application Group (BAG) team at Microsoft to realize an immediate need to democratize app development within its own initiatives.

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Headshot of article author Greg Lindhorst

Microsoft Power Fx is the low code language for expressing logic across the Microsoft Power Platform.  It is the same language that is at the heart of Microsoft Power Apps canvas apps today and is inspired by Microsoft Excel.   It enables the full spectrum of development from no code to pro code with no cliffs in between, enabling diverse teams to work together and saving everyone time and money.  We are very excited to bring it to more of the Power Platform and to share it with everyone as open source.  Only through a strong user community can a language grow and flourish.

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Headshot of article author Syed

On boarding users to a tenant have always been a challenge. Various solutions exist in the market and needs to be customized as per business processes.  Customizing will add to the problem of maintenance of Code.

In the blog, we are going to cover “No Code Solution” Design. Covering up on the aspects of inviting a new user or an external user to a Tenant and providing seamless onboarding of external user to the PowerApps Portal.

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