Recherche Power Apps
Come share your experiences and business needs with the PowerApps and Microsoft Flow product teams, and hear about what’s on our roadmap at this roundtable.
Do you want to help make PowerApps better and get gratuity for your time? Here is your chance! We are having 90 minute remote study session from 4/1 – 4/8 in which we will have you build an app from scratch. You will receive $120 for your time. If you are interested in making PowerApps … Continue reading “New User Research Opportunity”
We are excited to announce that as an application or service owner, you can now develop connectors that allow your app to work with PowerApps and Microsoft Flow. This enables your customers to easily automate their business processes and create their own no-code line of business apps.
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. To get started, simply message me, @JessicaC, with a rough title for your post and a couple of sentences to describe your topic. Now let’s look at some of the great posts from May and June!
Latest PowerApps update adds the ability to Import/Export apps, a new PowerBI tile control, and the Coalesce functionBlog
The newest update for PowerApps (version 670) adds new functionality for app authors to easily move their apps across environments or tenants with packages, surface rich analytics within their apps via the new PowerBI tile control, and reduce duplication of certain expressions with the new Coalesce function.
In many scenarios, you would want to enable certain columns as multi-select. In this blog, let’s look at an example on how to achieve this using PowerApps. Example: Let’s build a simple application…
This guest blog post is written by Vishwas Lele from Applied Information Sciences (AIS). He talks about their experience in building an event app using PowerApps.
Introducing Dynamics 365 Home: the new way for users to discover and launch apps built with PowerAppsBlog
Starting today, the apps you build and publish with PowerApps will be discovered and used in Dynamics 365 on the web. For business users, Dynamics 365 unifies the experience of navigating a wide range of business applications — not only the solutions offered by Microsoft, but also those of our partners as well as custom business applications developed with PowerApps. Users now have a single starting point at home.dynamics.com to find and launch any business app regardless of where it came from.
Today, we are excited to announce the Microsoft Common Data Model (CDM) as an out-of-box business database for storing and managing business entities. CDM will be shipping soon in preview as a first class business database for PowerApps with features rolled out incrementally.
Today’s elite racecars have come a long way from the old NASCAR stock cars, but behind the scenes the same frenetic coordination is required to stage every race—only at a scale scarcely imagined in the 1940s. NASCAR employees handle the logistic pressure of televising dozens of NASCAR events every year by relying on Microsoft Office 365 cloud-based productivity tools. “By adopting Microsoft PowerApps, we got a fast, easy way to build and maintain a mobile app that uses our SharePoint data and that field workers love to have at their fingertips.” Robert Burg: Senior Manager, Technology Integration and Development NASCAR
As a last step in my creative challenge, we learn to make the animated pie chart as an app focal point. It’s really as easy as 1-2-3!
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. We want to hear what’s got you thinking about PowerApps and business applications! Check out these great posts from March.
We’ve got a great lineup of webinars planned for May and June! Attend these free sessions to gain expertise in PowerApps, and learn more about how Power BI and Microsoft Flow can help improve your organization’s processes without a lot of overhead. Most of our webinars are delivered through YouTube, and you can subscribe to my channel to get notifications about all of these events. These webinars can also be viewed on-demand on YouTube after the event, if you’re not able to be a part of the live presentation. Check out what we’ve got planned!
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.
Take the first steps in self-diagnosing and mitigating issues in your apps.
This article describes how management of the program was transformed to save time, and holistically track and monitor the program and drive actionable insights using Power Platform and Dynamics 365.
Does how you submit date and time data matter? The answer is “Yes” if you are using Canvas apps, User Local data and direct oData API calls.
A reminder on best practices when working with Power Apps and external data sources.
This post describes a lightweight JIT app built on Power Platform
Thanks to my coworker and friend Paul Liew, We have three new security topics added to our growing list of task based and overview videos. This is a commonly requested area for additional content to help managing users, teams, and roles easier.
A team at Microsoft just finished transitioning a shared Power Platform environment with 37 apps developed by 18 different teams from unmanaged to managed solutions. This post describes how we managed through the conversion in our environment shared by many teams with many solutions.
The Vancouver Power Apps User group has a very special virtual meeting with Olena Grischenko from Sydney Australia covering Data Flows in Power Apps and Scott Durow offering a sneak peek into what is coming for Commanding model in Power Apps.
The June refresh for Pac CLI and VS Code extension
Power Apps adds support for reading NFC and HF-RFID tags in Canvas apps.
We are happy to announce the general availability of Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (on-premises) Service pack 1 version 9.1, and with it, a major update to the Unified Interface giving you improved performance and significant usability improvements over the classic web client.