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Power Apps Community Call Oct 21st: Charting components, custom apps in Teams and an enhanced SharePoint web part

October brings us a very special community call as we are going to unveil /announce a new community offering from Canviz.

Canviz has been working on Power Apps charting components for much of 2019 and have graciously decided to give them to the community. This component will include nine of the most commonly requested charting visuals (i.e. Scatter, solid gauge, Radar, Candlestick, funnel, and Gannt!). This month’s community call will then proceed with a walk through of a Power Apps Expense Application built with Oakdale (so fully integrated with Microsoft Teams) by Reza Dorrani. The demos will conclude with April Dunnam and Hugo Bernier walking us through an ENHANCED Power Apps SharePoint web part built by our very own community start and MVP Hugo Bernier!

Agenda

  • Introductions
  • Announcing Canviz Power Apps Charting Components
  • Project Oakdale My Expenses Power App
  • Power Apps Web Part
  • News and Community Contributions

When: October 21, 2020 8AM Pacific Time

Where: https://aka.ms/powerappscall-join

Our Presenters:

April Dunnam

Thank you for visiting my blog! My name is April Dunnam.  I’m a Microsoft Business Applications MVP and lead consultant/co-owner of ThriveFast, a Microsoft Partner located in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  I love using technologies like Office 365, SharePoint, Teams, Azure, Flow and PowerApps to help businesses create a thriving automated, collaborative environment. On top of blogging, I speak at local tech events and run the local PowerApps and Flow User Group.  When I’m not working I love going to karaoke or trivia night at the local brewery.

Hugo Bernier

Hugo is someone organizations call when their Office 365, SharePoint, and Dynamics 365 projects are doomed to fail and need help to get things back on track. As the self-proclaimed “World’s Laziest Developer” and a certified SCRUM Master, he teaches organizations how to successfully deliver their Microsoft 365 engagements while minimizing efforts and increased user adoption. Hugo has worked in Canada, the United States, Germany, Finland, Singapore, Hungary, France, and the United Kingdom. He is an active member of the SharePoint Development Community and has created several PnP reusable controls, property controls, and many sample web parts and extensions. Hugo is also a proud member of the Microsoft 365 Patterns and Practices (PnP) Team. The PnP team is a group of Microsoft employees and MVPs who coordinate the various open-source activities across GitHub and other social media channels, focused on helping the community on how to best use of Microsoft products, like Microsoft Teams, OneDrive, SharePoint or API layer like Microsoft Graph.

https://mvp.microsoft.com/en-us/PublicProfile/5003624

https://twitter.com/bernierh

https://github.com/hugoabernier

Reza Dorrani

Reza is a Microsoft Business Applications MVP & Principal consultant at Catapult Systems.   He is a Microsoft Power Apps & Microsoft Power Automate community dual super user.  He was awarded the Microsoft Flow All Star award by the community.  He is also the founder and leader of the Houston Power Apps and Power Automate User Group

Matt Schuessler


@mattschues

Matt has a passion for Power Apps, is an avid community member, not afraid to speak his mind about politics, loves collaboration technologies and is a Microsoft Power Platform Consultant specializing in Microsoft PowerApps and Power Automate at CANVIZ. At CANVIZ he is definitely a jack of all trades and has a proven track record on all the following the areas…including projects for Microsoft!

• Solution Architecture / Engineering
• Business Process Optimization
• IT Project Management
• Business Analysis
• Cloud Solutions
• Development
• Migration

Todd Baginski


A graduate from the University of Cincinnati Carl H. Lindner College of Business, Todd helps grow the business and leads the technical teams at Canviz. Todd is an 11-time Microsoft MVP with over 20 years of experience in software development. He consistently keeps Canviz on the cutting edge of web, mobile, desktop, and cloud technologies. He leads the technical teams at Canviz with a passion for sharing knowledge and attention to detail. In his free time, Todd gives back to his local community by coaching and growing youth sports teams.